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RE: Couple minor tramp bugs

From: Jeff Costlow
Subject: RE: Couple minor tramp bugs
Date: Thu, 3 Aug 2006 09:35:46 -0700

I just reverted my change to tramp-cache.el (made sure there wasn't a
tramp-cache.elc), restarted emacs, (setq tramp-verbose 8), loaded a
remote file, M-x revert-file on said buffer, and it all worked

I don't know what I did wrong before.

I do have one other issue.  Occasionally after quitting emacs, the
window is still on my cygwin X screen, and I have to kill the ssh
subshell that is still hanging around  to get the window to go away.  I
don't think this is a tramp issue, rather it's a cygwin issue, but if I
invent a fix, I'll fwd it to this list.

If I find any other issues with cygwin emacs and tramp, I'll be sure to
let you know.  Thanks for your time.

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Albinus [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Thursday, August 03, 2006 8:50 AM
To: Jeff Costlow
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: Couple minor tramp bugs

"Jeff Costlow" <address@hidden> writes:

> As for M-x revert-file.  You could cause the bug  by merely loading a
remote file, then M-x revert-file.  It will fail with "argument not
correct; stringp, nil" (something like that, I'm not at my normal
computer right now) from tramp-flush-file-property.  This was also
happening the first time I attempted to load a remote file.

Not reproducible here. But I'm running Tramp 2.1.7-pre, which includes
some bug fixes compared with 2.1.6.

> Thank you for the help.  My elisp is quite rusty, so muddling through
all this is slow going for me.

The easiest way would be to apply "M-x tramp-submit-bug" after repeating
the test. Please set (setq tramp-verbose 8) before running the test, and
append the Tramp buffers to your mail as offered.

Another useful thing is to mail the backtrace which you get when setting
(setq debug-on-error t).

Best regards, Michael.

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