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I don't know a solution yet, but I can explain a little bit. Your back-trace tells us, that the message call happens in tramp-sh-handle-vc-registered. And indeed, its body is wrapped by (with-temp-message "" ...) This is done in order to preserve the recent message in the echo area while running tramp-sh-handle-vc-registered, which has an own progress ...


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This error seems very similar to an issue I am seeing[0]. Do you use VC? Are the (remote) files backed by some version control system? I notice using the following options with TRAMP cause a number of issues similar to what you describe: (setq-default auto-revert-check-vc-info t) (setq-default auto-revert-remote-files t) I have since set these values to ...


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A third variant is to mount the remote directories via sshfs and access them via your local Emacs. This has the advantage that you don't have to reproduce your Emacs setup on the remote machine(s) and you can use your local software, such as Git, which might be more up-to-date than on the remote machines. This approach is, however, not perfect. Problems ...


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See Emacs NEWS (C-h n): *** The method part of remote file names is mandatory now. A valid remote file name starts with "/method:host:" or "/method:user@host:". *** The new pseudo method "-" is a marker for the default method. "/-::" is the shortest remote file name then. *** The command 'tramp-change-syntax' allows you to choose an alternative ...


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