Commit ec4b2c88 authored by Michael Albinus's avatar Michael Albinus

* doc/misc/tramp.texi (Obtaining Tramp): Tramp is available via GNU ELPA.

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@node Obtaining @value{tramp}
@chapter Obtaining @value{tramp}
@cindex obtaining @value{tramp}
@cindex GNU ELPA
@value{tramp} is included as part of Emacs (since Emacs 22.1).
@value{tramp} is also freely packaged for download on the Internet at
@uref{https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/tramp/}.
@value{tramp} is available as @uref{https://elpa.gnu.org, GNU ELPA}
package.
@value{tramp} development versions are available on Git servers.
Development versions contain new and incomplete features.
......@@ -3095,11 +3099,11 @@ variables.
@vindex async-shell-command-width
@vindex COLUMNS@r{, environment variable}
If Emacs supports the variable @code{async-shell-command-width} (since Emacs
27.1), @value{tramp} cares about its value for asynchronous shell
commands. It specifies the number of display columns for command
output. For synchronous shell commands, a similar effect can be
achieved by adding the environment variable @env{COLUMNS} to
If Emacs supports the variable @code{async-shell-command-width} (since
Emacs 27.1), @value{tramp} cares about its value for asynchronous
shell commands. It specifies the number of display columns for
command output. For synchronous shell commands, a similar effect can
be achieved by adding the environment variable @env{COLUMNS} to
@code{tramp-remote-process-environment}.
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