> On May 1, 2012, at 7:52 AM, Paul Michael Reilly wrote:
> > Has anyone started to add support to Emacs so that Google Drive can be
> treated as a usable directory? Using dired on a development instance of
> Emacs 24 yields the error message: "Format specifier doesn't match argument
> > I have to confess that I love the concept of editing some files on my
> desktop computer at home, grab my laptop and head to lunch at some local
> spot with wifi and continue to work on my documents WITHOUT having to do
> anything special, like use Tramp or a source controlled environment or
> sshfs, etc. Of course, one has be aware of privacy settings so that you
> either make the documents deliberately public, deliberately private or
> something in between.
> I've been doing this for years with DropBox and no special effort, and I'm
> surprised that it doesn't Just Work in this case. I just set up Google
> Drive and it seems to work fine (well, except that most of the documents in
> it are useless inside emacs).
In that case, I'll debug the issue. Thanks for letting me know that it
works for you.