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Re: How to access a cygwin folder mounted with 'managed' option?
Reini Urban <rurban <at> x-ray.at> writes:
> 2008/4/17, Jinhyok Heo:
> > Since it is known that how managed mounts treat special characters and
> > uppercases, EmacsW32 may provide an interface with which users can use
> > unix-type filenames in certain cygwin folders.
> I've written a cygpath wrapper for a slime interface to my w32 xemacs.
> But I forgot its name and where it is stored. On the emacs wiki most likely.
I searched 'cygpath' on the emacswiki, but I could not find something relevant.
Your code treats special characters properly?
> > > > Is there a way that EmacsW32 can access case-sensitive files on
> > > > managed mounts as we can in cygwin?
> > >
> > > Use cygwin's emacs instead.
> > Cygwin emacs needs X, which I do not want to run.
> xemacs or emacs -nox
As I said, both need X, which I do not want.
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