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This is a Windows only problem, though I hope that the fix is harmless to non-windows environments.
I am running Windows 10 and flymake-21060605.407 in GNU Emacs 188.8.131.52 (x86_64-w64-mingw32) of 2016-03-03.
Flymake works like a charm (thank you guys) a.o. to check .el, .js, .php et al. files.
However, my emacs.el file is generated from an emacs-guivho.org file. When I issue C-' to edit an elisp code block, flycheck barks at me:
I than edebugged the flycheck-temp-file-system with the "c:/Users/guivh/emacs-guivho/.flycheck_emacs-guivho.org[Org Src emacs-guivho.org[ emacs-lisp ]]") filename, and it nicely produced a tempfile where the '*'s are replaced by '!'s.
Still, when editing elisp blocks from my elisp.org files, I keep hitting the '*' problem...
Would it be possible that such a change could be incorporated into flycheck? The description of convert-standard-filename states that it just returns the given filename in non-windows environments. It would solve the problem for us windows users though.
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@guivho Thanks for reporting this issue. While we normally don't try and fix Windows issues the fix you proposed looks simple enough, and I've applied it to master.
I can't test it, obviously; please tell me whether the fix works.
Another thing: In future please use Github's Markdown markup to format your posts and comments on Github. Adding markup to code and error messages preserves formatting and indentation—which is particularly important for source code and backtraces—and makes posts easier to read overall.