|Subject:||Re: resurrection fo the *tramp... buffers|
|Date:||Fri, 27 Jan 2017 11:09:37 -0500|
On 27 Jan 2017, at 10:47, Michael Albinus wrote:
"Ben Hyde" address@hidden writes:
Anybody experienced this already. Assuming the answer to that is no,
what function f I should try (debug-on-entry ‘f), so I can catch it in
Does it also happen when you start "emacs -Q"?
Recall this doesn’t happen quickly, it happens after some period of
time. If I assume some action I take during my work day is the trigger
the -Q experiment is very hard to run. I don’t know that I can work
with a vanilla Emacs :).
But I’ve fired up a 2nd emacs -Q and maybe it will happen without
my using it. If that doesn’t work I’ll try some more work like
I tried setting debug-on-entry for a few things; but I’ve yet to find
something that fires only when it birthing a fresh *tramp… buffer.
Not that I looked very hard.
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