>>>>> "loader" == loader <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: >> When RMS ported ange-ftp (and dired) to FSF GNU Emacs 19 the >> functionality disappeared. loader> This is not quite true, at least here (FSF 19.22, RMS-angeftp). loader> You can start copying a single file, and type C-g, and the copy loader> goes into the background ok. If you do that on a multi-file loader> transfer, then the current file gets copied, but when that loader> finishes, subsequent files are not copied. That's not asynch, that's taking advantage of the FTP process running in the background. If it were truely asynch then it would keep going. As is, C-g sends an interrupt signal which eventually causes the FTP process to stop transfers. In fact, C-g while you have inferior processes running like that is considered a bad thing and can result in Emacs locking up entirely. -- Rat <email@example.com> |When not in use, Happy Fun Ball should be http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/ratinox|returned to its special container and kept PGP Public Key: Ask for one today! |under refrigeration.