>>>> "Oscar" == Oscar Figueiredo
>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen J Turnbull
> Are the EFS packages being used up to date?
Oscar> My EFS is 1.19 which seems to be the latest available.
That's what I'm using, but we're both seeing the same warnings I guess.
> I still get the bogus attempts to cwd to the package list file,
> but then there is a cwd to the correct directory and the file
> is downloaded properly.
Oscar> Yes it does but it throws an annoying warning which will
Oscar> probably freak out most users. In some situations when
Oscar> working with remote files and auto-saving it becomes a
Oscar> major pain (and I am choosing my words carefully to avoid
Oscar> being rude here...).
Ah. I don't use EFS that way, so I didn't realize that was happening.
I did a mass update a couple of weeks ago, and only got the warning
once or maybe twice, and only for the package-list file. So it must
have something to do with doing a lot of CWDs. I can see how that
would happen if you've got two files in different directories on the
same host, you'd get two warnings on EVERY autosave. Urk.
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