|Subject:||Re: tramp (188.8.131.52.2 nil/nil); I try to connect to OneDrive via rclone, but I get a message Variable binding depth exceeds max-specpdl-size|
|Date:||Sun, 3 Oct 2021 12:21:44 +0200|
Henri Salha <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hello. I set-up rclone on my android device (Samsung galaxy tab, linux
> access = termux) and successfully connected it to my OneDrive account,
> eg a command (rclone copy onedrive:/path/to/file ~/) works.
Are you saying you are running GNU/Linux on your android tablet? And
also Emacs? Wow ...
> Now I type C-x C-f /rclone:onedrive:/path/to/file I get this error
> message, or another one saying that lisp nesting is too deep.
> I did'nt see any similar bug reported. Sorry if it is a trivial error.
> I attach the debug tramp report (verbose mode 9).
Well, the traces seem to indicate, that "rclone mount onedrive:/
/data/data/com.termux/files/usr/tmp/tramp.rclone.onedrive" is called
again and again, likely recursively.
Could you call this command from a shell, ans see whether there are
Could you also rerun the test in Emacs with tramp-verbose set to 10?
With luck, we will get then a backtrace, which tells us what has caused
Best regards, Michael.
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