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rmw (ReMove to Waste) is a command line recycle bin/trash can utility

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Rmw is a Linux system utility written in C. It can send files to your "Desktop" trash, or a completely separate folder. It can also: restore files; permanently delete files that were rmw'ed more than xx number of days ago; skip files or directories that have a "PROTECT" directive in the configuration file; and append a unique string to the filenames so they won't get overwritten (duplication protection).

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Features

  • overwriting/duplication protection.
  • quick and easy restoration from the command line
  • can purge files after x number of days
  • written in C

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    This is very nice. I suspect it will eventually be included in various repositories.

    Posted 01/08/2011
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Console/Terminal, Command-line

Programming Language

C

Registered

2008-10-29

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