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bug#15607: default-directory set to / when launch from Mac OS Dock

From: Darren Hoo
Subject: bug#15607: default-directory set to / when launch from Mac OS Dock
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2013 11:57:21 +0800

sorry to have missed filling the details while filing the report.

As YAMAMOTO Mitsuharu describes in

I can confirm that the -psn_* option is no longer passed as args when
launched from GUI under OSX 10.9.

On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 1:06 PM, Jan Djärv <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello.
> I've checked 24.3 and 10.7/10.8:
> open Emacs.app --args -Q  => /
> open Emacs.app                  => $HOME
> From Dock                           => $HOME
> So dock starting at / must be a local thing.  Check your .emacs and 
> environment set by launchd.
> The -Q behaviour may very well be NS-specific, but it isn't new.
> I see no bug here, closing.
>         Jan D.
> 15 okt 2013 kl. 05:42 skrev Glenn Morris <address@hidden>:
>> Jan Djärv wrote:
>>>> It used to be the $HOME directory.
>>>> Is it changed intentionally recently?
>>> If I don't give -Q, it prompts with $HOME. Must be a general change
>>> w.r.t. -Q.
>> I haven't noticed such a change (it would be a weird thing to do IMO),
>> I'd check what eg emacs 24.3 or an xterm does when opened from the Dock.
>> (Maybe you have something in .emacs that changes PWD?)
>>>> I wonder how it works in other desktop environments.
>> AFAIK, It uses whatever working directory the launcher sets up,
>> which I guess is HOME in 99+% of cases.

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