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Re: (emacs+unix): How to have a file-name containing slashes, angle-brac

From: Lennart Borgman (gmail)
Subject: Re: (emacs+unix): How to have a file-name containing slashes, angle-brackets, etc?
Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2008 00:48:42 +0200
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David Combs wrote:
> In article <address@hidden>,
> The Badger  <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hello David,
>> Just a thought: Trying to encode the path of the remote file into the 
>> filename after downloading seems weird.  Why not just re-create the 
>> folder structure?
>> For example, if you download
>> then you would have the following file on your disk:
>> /home/david/my web downloads/
>> Isn't that what pretty much what `wget', or any other web downloader 
>> tool would do?
> Thanks for the suggestion
> For some (many?) purposes, yes,  Like for downloading an entire
> tree, of course.
> But say I'm grabbing files about a given subject.  I google
> the subject-name, and find some stuff here, some there,
> some of them buried way down in some dir-structure --
> and for this kind of thing, I want all of them that
> I've checked out to be good stuff to be stuffed into
> the same directory, like maybe
>      myHistoryDoc/historyOfEmacs/
> What then?

(expand-file-name "" historyOfEmacsDir)

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