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Re: Cygwin Emacs and windows paths

On 03/12/2012 08:19 AM, Leo wrote:
> On 12/03/2012, at 10:09 PM, Ken Jackson wrote:
> >> On 03/10/2012 01:17 AM, Leo wrote:
>>> Now my normal Windows paths copied from Windows Explorer don't work
>>> anymore in Emacs - and vice versa. I know I can use `cygpath` to
>>> convert /on the command line/, but is there any integration for this
>>> in Cygwin Emacs?
>> I prefer to wrap everything in a shell script. This is the one I use,
>> though I actually use "cygpath -w" because I still use NTemacs
>> because I don't always start X.
> Ken, you still use NTEmacs? How does *your* NTEmacs cope with the new bash/cygwin
> environment? Don't you get the "Inappropriate ioctl for device" error?
> It would be very convenient to find a way back to NTemacs with cygwin-bash inside it…

I've never seen that error.

But I guess you're talking about running bash inside emacs--which I
never do.  It's been my habit for years, whether on Linux or Cygwin,
to have multiple terminal windows open and to press ALT-TAB to get
to one of them when I need the command line.

-Ken Jackson

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