Commit 97e99cc3 authored by Michael Albinus's avatar Michael Albinus

* tramp.texi (Alternative Syntax): Remove chapter.

parent 352d3bea
2013-09-06 Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de>
* tramp.texi (Alternative Syntax): Remove chapter.
2013-08-28 Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
* Makefile.in (SHELL): Now @SHELL@, not /bin/sh,
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......@@ -225,7 +225,6 @@ Configuring @value{tramp} for use
Using @value{tramp}
* Filename Syntax:: @value{tramp} filename conventions.
* Alternative Syntax:: URL-like filename syntax.
* Filename completion:: Filename completion.
* Ad-hoc multi-hops:: Declaring multiple hops in the file name.
* Remote processes:: Integration with other @value{emacsname} packages.
......@@ -2356,7 +2355,6 @@ minute you have already forgotten that you hit that key!
@menu
* Filename Syntax:: @value{tramp} filename conventions.
* Alternative Syntax:: URL-like filename syntax.
* Filename completion:: Filename completion.
* Ad-hoc multi-hops:: Declaring multiple hops in the file name.
* Remote processes:: Integration with other @value{emacsname} packages.
......@@ -2453,46 +2451,6 @@ by adding @file{#<port>} to the host name, like in @file{@trampfn{ssh,
daniel, melancholia#42, .emacs}}.
@node Alternative Syntax
@section URL-like filename syntax
@cindex filename syntax
@cindex filename examples
Additionally to the syntax described in the previous chapter, it is
possible to use a URL-like syntax for @value{tramp}. This can be
switched on by customizing the variable @code{tramp-syntax}. Please
note that this feature is experimental for the time being.
The variable @code{tramp-syntax} must be set before requiring @value{tramp}:
@lisp
(setq tramp-syntax 'url)
(require 'tramp)
@end lisp
Then, a @value{tramp} filename would look like this:
@file{/@var{method}://@var{user}@@@var{machine}:@var{port}/@var{path/to.file}}.
@file{/@var{method}://} is mandatory, all other parts are optional.
@file{:@var{port}} is useful for methods only who support this.
The last example from the previous section would look like this:
@file{/ssh://daniel@@melancholia/.emacs}.
For the time being, @code{tramp-syntax} can have the following values:
@itemize @w{}
@ifset emacs
@item @code{ftp}---That is the default syntax
@item @code{url}---URL-like syntax
@end ifset
@ifset xemacs
@item @code{sep}---That is the default syntax
@item @code{url}---URL-like syntax
@item @code{ftp}---EFS-like syntax
@end ifset
@end itemize
@node Filename completion
@section Filename completion
@cindex filename completion
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