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Connecting to a host with '@' in the username.

From: Jason Ramsey
Subject: Connecting to a host with '@' in the username.
Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2010 11:24:09 -0700
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    First of all tramp is the best thing since sliced bread (or emacs).

I need to connect to a shared hosting server (bluehost). They require that your username is "@" your domain name. The URL I'm attempting to connect to looks something like this: "/ftp:address@hidden@ftp.domain.tld:/public_html" The username is "address@hidden" and the domain is "ftp.domain.tld".

I is there a way to escape the offending "@"?
If this is something that tramp can't do currently, I'd be interested in adding it. If someone would be kind enough to point me to the file that handles it.

I'm using the tramp that is bundled with emacs-23.2 compiled from source on Ubuntu 10.04 for amd64

Thank you in advance for your help,
Jason Ramsey

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