Mats Lidell wrote:
OOPS! I have a follow up on this. Good to hear that it works OK for
There are some more problems though:
- If dired-find-subdir is t then it seems like that in
dired-find-buffer-nocreate the check whether the buffer has the
right mode, dired or vc-dired-mode, isn't performed so that dired
or vc-directory wins in creating the buffer. Both commands are then
visiting the same buffer.
With dired-find-subdir equal to nil makes dired and vc-directory
use different buffers which is better.
I'm seeing some weirdness here as well and dired-find-subdir is nil for
me. They do use different buffers. However, when I attempt to open a
dired buffer on a different directory, after I have had another
vc-directory buffer open, it assumes that I want a vc-dired buffer
rather than a dired buffer. So, I usually exit
XEmacs when I am done with VC. Problem solved :o)
- When you do a vc-directory to a directory that you already are
visiting in vc-dired-mode it seems like dired-sort-other is called
and it just assumes it should relist the folder. The GNU Emacs
versions seems to be smarter about whether a relist or not is
If this is the right thing to fix or if the listing should be done
again and omitting the non changed files should be applied again is
I think I did stumble across this. But, I'm not real worried about that.
Re-listing is only a slight hesitation here. YMMV
I'll see whether I can come up with a patch but if someone would
to help out with a fix for the above please do.
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