Hi Liyu,

>>>>> Liyu Gong <liyu.g...@uky.edu> writes:
> Sorry for multiple replies. But I just noticed that my cursor moves to
> the next line after evaluation. So I guess there is a ".\n" inserted.

> Thanks,
> Liyu

> On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 1:09 AM, Liyu Gong <liyu.g...@uky.edu> wrote:
>> Hi Ikumi,
>> After evaluation, there is only a dot inserted right at where I type "C-x 
>> C-e".
>> .
>> Thanks,
>> Liyu

Thanks.  Hmm, strange result...  Here both texlive for freebsd and
texlive for w32 don't remove ".." from the output, even when the current
directory is the root directory.  When the result doesn't contain
neither ":" nor ";", AUCTeX cannot know the right path delimiter.
Sorry, let me think for for a while.

Ikumi Keita

>> On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 12:59 AM, Ikumi Keita <ik...@ikumi.que.jp> wrote:
>>> Hi Liyu, thanks for your patience.
>>>>>>>> Liyu Gong <liyu.g...@uky.edu> writes:
>>>> Hi Ikumni,
>>>> The result of the evaluation is: 1 (#o1, #x1, ?\C-a)
>>> Ah, no, what I'd like to know is not the lisp return value, but the
>>> string inserted in the buffer.  What string is inserted in the buffer
>>> when you put the point just after the following form in *scratch* buffer
>>> and type C-x C-e ?
>>> (call-process "kpsewhich" nil
>>> (list standard-output nil) nil
>>> "--expand-path" "{.,..}")
>>> I suspect that it is ".:..", not ".;..".  If this speculation is
>>> correct, then cygwin version of kpsewhich is used at auto detection.
>>>> Yes, I do have a cygwin version TeX distribution. But I just double
>>>> checked. I didn't put the cygwin path in windows PATH, or in emacs
>>>> exec-path.
>>> Hmm.
>>> Regards,
>>> Ikumi Keita

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