This is a list of known problems to date with the Windows NT/95 port of GNU Emacs. * Handle wildcards in ls-lisp (e.g., C-x d *.c). * Interactive subprocess output is buffered in jerky * Presently, C:\foo\bar and C:/foo/bar bring up two buffers on the same file. Solve this by adding a switch that canonicalizes path separators (e.g., make them all / or all \)? * call-process-region: Another tricky situation with binary and text modes. An example by firstname.lastname@example.org: use crypt++ to load compressed data into a buffer, edit the buffer, save the data back out. (Also need to propagate the "/C" switch change sent the shell in crypt++.el back to the author.) * Dired uses ls-lisp, which reports all files as being owned by the current user. Need to dig through the security descriptor to extract the owner of the file (and the group?) using LookupAccountSid. * Integrate the build for NT into the GNU config process once a decent shell becomes freely available * Integrate networking. * Fix Win95 subprocesses.