On Mon, May 27, 2002 at 12:11:02PM +0200, Kai Gro?johann wrote:
> Steve Youngs <youngs@...> writes:
> > Could be nifty (and cute). And it would speed up connection times
> > enormously if a user could set everything beforehand that tramp checks
> > for on the fly.
> I'm afraid. All kinds of things might break if these pre-set things
> do not correspond with the remote host environment. But who knows,
> maybe it's really a good idea. Opinions?
It seems to fall in-line with the Unix philosophy of giving people
enough rope to hang themselves. If the settings aren't required (and
nobody has suggested that they be), the few who need them can try to
play with them and get whatever they deserve. :-)
The rest of us will continue to let it auto-detect things.
So it doesn't sound harmful, it's just a question of how much work
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