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Re: Tramp with Dired produces unwanted //DIRED// line

From: Michael Albinus
Subject: Re: Tramp with Dired produces unwanted //DIRED// line
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2021 16:00:14 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/28.0.50 (gnu/linux)

"Felix E. Klee" <> writes:

Hi Felix,

> As discussed in my [question][1] on Emacs Stack Exchange, when
> connecting to an old system with an old `ls`, then I get an ugly line at
> the end of each Dired buffer:
>      //DIRED// 69 70 128 130 188 198 256 266 324 336 394 406
> I was assuming that this is an issue with Dired and the old `ls`. I
> didn’t think, it’s related to Tramp. However, Michael suggested I post
> here, so I do.

You're welcome :-)

> Please find attached Tramp’s debug output at `tramp-verbose` level 6,
> with the server and user name anonymized.
>   * Tramp version:
>   * `ls` version: ls (GNU fileutils) 3.16

In general the traces look good, although I'm not sure whether the
//DIRED// positions are valid in your example.

I've checked the ChangeLog, and there has been some work on
tramp-sh-handle-insert-directory since Tramp 2.4.3. Perhaps you try the
recent Tramp from GNU ELPA, and check whether it behaves better?
If not, it would be at least more simple to debug and fix on top of this
Tramp version.

Best regards, Michael.

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