Table of Contents
1. An overview of TRAMP
2. Obtaining Tramp.
3. History of TRAMP
4. Configuring TRAMP for use
4.1 Types of connections made to remote machines.
5. Using TRAMP
4.2 Inline methods
4.3 External transfer methods
4.4 Connecting to a remote host using multiple hops
4.5 Selecting a default method
4.5.1 Which method is the right one for me?
4.6 Using Non-Standard Methods
4.7 Selecting config files for user/host name completion
4.8 Reusing passwords for several connections.
4.9 How TRAMP finds and uses programs on the remote machine.
4.10 Remote shell setup hints
4.11 Auto-save and Backup configuration
4.12 Issues with Cygwin ssh
5.1 TRAMP filename conventions
6. Reporting Bugs and Problems
5.2 Multi-hop filename conventions
5.3 Filename completion
5.5 Compile remote files
7. Frequently Asked Questions
8. The inner workings of remote version control
8.1 Determining if a file is under version control
9. How file names, directories and localnames are mangled and managed.
8.2 Executing the version control commands on the remote machine
8.3 Detecting if the working file has changed
8.4 Bringing the workfile out of the repository
8.5 Things related to Version Control that don't fit elsewhere
8.5.1 How VC determines who owns a workfile
8.5.2 How VC determines what release your RCS is
9.1 Breaking a localname into its components.
10. Debatable Issues and What Was Decided
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