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Re: 23.0.60; TRAMP does not pass regime

From: Peter Dyballa
Subject: Re: 23.0.60; TRAMP does not pass regime
Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2008 11:12:59 +0100

Am 15.03.2008 um 10:59 schrieb Michael Albinus:

That is a feature. See (info "(tramp)Filename completion")

"This works pretty much like for files on the local host, with the
exception that minibuffer killing via a double-slash works only on the
 filename part, except that filename part starts with `//'.  A
 triple-slash stands for the default behaviour."

I don't understand: what is the "default behaviour?" That // starts a new path name? Does this paragraph tell me to use /// to start a new path?

The idea behind is, that it is more likely to open another file on the
remote host, than to open a file from somwhere else.

In which case is // part of remote path name? And on what system? DOS with its C://...?

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