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Re: The “//” fix confuses cygwin-mount

From: Chris Zheng
Subject: Re: The “//” fix confuses cygwin-mount
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 22:32:12 +0800
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On Sat, 24 Mar 2018 05:17:46 +0800,
Michael Albinus wrote:

Hello Michael,

> Chris Zheng <address@hidden> writes:
> Hi Chris,
> > However, I observed that when I go to /scpx:E:/ with “C-x C-f”, and
> > “C-x C-f” again, the minibuffer shows “/scpx:E://”. Is this intended?
> I cannot reproduce it, but I work on a GNU/Linux machine. Maybe it
> behaves different, compared to your MS Windows / cygwin run.
> Or I misunderstand what you have said. Could you, pls, tell me the exact
> keystrokes which have led to this behavior?

Reproduction steps:

Suppose I want to connect to with user kel.

1. emacs -Q

2. C-x C-f /scpx:address@hidden:/ RET Then a dired buffer showing
the root directory is opened.

3. With cursor in the dired buffer, hit C-x C-f again.  I see the
minibuffer shows

“Find file: /scpx:address@hidden://”.

I hit RET, the buffer is flashed, and the minibuffer shows

“Directory has changed on disk; type g to update Dired”.

If I go to other directory such as /bin, no double “//” is shown. I
have tested with two servers and the observation is identical.

I have to say that the problem isn’t serious, so feel free to ignore

Thank you for your time.

> > Thank you,
> >
> > Chris
> Best regards, Michael.

Best regards,


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