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Re: correct remote path handling

From: Felipe Lema
Subject: Re: correct remote path handling
Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2020 22:58:25 -0300

Hey, y'all

I found out that ob-shell was more broken than I thought so I had to upgrade 
my sword and get a new shield to fix it.

Tramp support for ob-python and ob-shell look OK now, although still no tests. 
I'll wait until this review is done until I start working on the tests. Will 
probably take a while because I'm thinking of some cross-section code that 
will do the a set of tests (all current? some marked? some new instead?) using 
a remote directory.

Using `ssh localhost` should suffice, but should these remote tests be done by 
default? It's most likely that everyone running tests will require a 
passwordless setup. While I've automatized this for a separate package, it may 
be bothersome to someone else (see [1]).

Anyway, I hope the patch file is correct now. I messed up my mirror repo and I 
/think/ I got it right.

BTW I just got a mail that FSF papers are approved now.

Gards, Felipe

[1]: https://github.com/FelipeLema/emacs-counsel-gtags/blame/

On Tuesday, 25 February 2020 16:14:05 -03 Bastien wrote:
> Hi Felipe and Jack,
> > Felipe Lema <address@hidden> writes:
> >> I've signed the necessary papers from (to?) the FSF involving org
> >> mode, so I'm ready on my side to add tests and maybe add support
> >> for other tramp-related stuff.
> I've checked and the papers are not yet processed by the FSF.
> > Great, we should add you to the list of copyrighted contributors:
> > https://orgmode.org/worg/org-contribute.html
> Done -  https://orgmode.org/worg/org-contribute.html#org7c578f2
> Let's iterate on this patch and get it ready for 9.5.
> Thanks,

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