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Re: find-file strangeness on OS-X

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: find-file strangeness on OS-X
Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2004 14:27:41 -0600
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Joachim Nilsson wrote:
> On Sat, 2004-07-10 at 05:29, address@hidden wrote:
>>I'm running Andrew Choi's emacs binary for OS-X, and I'm having a problem
>>with find-file.  Normally, if you do C-x C-f RET, emacs looks to see if
>>the file in the buffer has changed on disk and asks if you want to reload
>>it.  Under OS-X, it just loads the directory.  Is this a bug?  Is it
>>configurable?  I'd like to get the normal behavior back.
> Personally I've never used C-x C-f for the purpose you described.
> I use "M-x revert-buffer" or "File->Revert Buffer" in the menu.
> Maybe you can bind it to a set of keys that suit you or, use some
> kind of hook thing to do revert-buffer on "C-x C-f RET".

And if you're sure you want to visit the file on disk, you can avoid the
interactive query with `C-x C-v'.

Kevin Rodgers

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