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Advice for using python-mode with Tramp

From: Kirk Strauser
Subject: Advice for using python-mode with Tramp
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 11:32:44 -0500
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I'm currently editing "/ssh:address@hidden:/tmp/".  In
python-mode, C-c C-c loads a Python interpreter on the remote machine
(assuming it's accessible) and tries to interpret the module you're working
on.  Unfortunately, that results in something like:

  ## working on region in file /tmp/
  Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
  IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/tmp/'

instead of running the file as expected.  Also, running "pylint" from
pylint.el gives errors like:

  cd /ssh:address@hidden:/tmp/
  pylint --parseable=y "/ssh:address@hidden:/tmp/"
  /ssh:address@hidden:/tmp/ [F] No module named /ssh:address@hidden

In other words, Emacs seems to be passing the entire Tramp filename to the
remote programs, rather than their local equivalents.  Now, I understand
that this isn't a problem with Tramp.  Still, it's incredibly annoying and
I'm hoping that someone here has dealt with this problem already.
Kirk Strauser

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