Commit 3f04efd6 authored by Michael Albinus's avatar Michael Albinus
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* net/tramp-sh.el (tramp-sh-handle-file-directory-p): Return t for

filenames "/method:foo:".
parent 81a0a268
2011-10-25 Michael Albinus <>
* net/tramp-sh.el (tramp-sh-handle-file-directory-p): Return t for
filenames "/method:foo:".
2011-10-25 Stefan Monnier <>
* comint.el (comint-get-old-input-default): Fix use-prompt-regexp case
......@@ -1594,17 +1594,14 @@ and gid of the corresponding user is taken. Both parameters must be integers."
(defun tramp-sh-handle-file-directory-p (filename)
"Like `file-directory-p' for Tramp files."
;; Care must be taken that this function returns `t' for symlinks
;; pointing to directories. Surely the most obvious implementation
;; would be `test -d', but that returns false for such symlinks.
;; CCC: Stefan Monnier says that `test -d' follows symlinks. And
;; I now think he's right. So we could be using `test -d', couldn't
;; we?
;; Alternatives: `cd %s', `test -d %s'
(with-parsed-tramp-file-name filename nil
;; `file-directory-p' is used as predicate for filename completion.
;; Sometimes, when a connection is not established yet, it is
;; desirable to return t immediately for "/method:foo:". It can
;; be expected that this is always a directory.
(or (zerop (length localname))
(with-file-property v localname "file-directory-p"
(tramp-run-test "-d" filename))))
(tramp-run-test "-d" filename)))))
(defun tramp-sh-handle-file-writable-p (filename)
"Like `file-writable-p' for Tramp files."
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