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Mon, 08 Dec 2003 16:22:06 +0000
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Eli Zaretskii wrote:
From: Richard Martin <address@hidden>
Organization: AePONA Ltd
Date: Mon, 08 Dec 2003 12:26:31 +0000
I have 2 machines one of which I run emacs on and the other I compile
on. Both machines have mounted dirs on which the code is. Every time I
kick off a remote-compile and select and error it goes off and retrieves
the file from the remote machine - even though my local machine can see
it and it is exactly the same file. Any ideas if it is possible to stop
emacs from ftping the file and using the local one?
The first thing I would try is to use `rsh' to compile on the remote
machine. Then the messages spit by the compiler will mention file
names as if they were local, so next-error will do what you want.
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Thanks for your reply.
When I execute remote-compile locally the compiler prints out lines
which look to be exactly the same as the emacs compile command executed
on the remote machine ie something like this
"/code/richard/status.c", line 92: Warning: String literal converted to
char* in initialization.
the /code directory can be seen on both machines.
Is this what you meant?
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