till.varoquaux at gmail.com
Sun Nov 27 15:30:41 CST 2005
Actually my beleif is that it should be emptied when the system is low
on harddrive space. That way the user will never actually have to
bother about empying the trash. Actually I also the
/var/cahe/apt/archives should also be purged when harddrive space is
getting rare. Maybe there should be a centralized mechanism that gets
called back when the user attains a given level on her harddrive.
On 11/27/05, Ante Karamatic <ivoks at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> I noticed that Trash/Recycle Bin/Wastebasket isn't completed
> "application" on any platform. Biggest problem with trash is that it
> gets filled and rarely gets purged.
> Shouldn't Trash purge automaticly after some period of time? Let's say
> that, by default, it never get's clean, but user should be able to
> define some amount of time when Trash get's automaticlly cleaned. On
> every startup applet should check for files older then N days and remove
> them if user wants for files to stay in Trash for N days. On the other
> hand, some of use don't log out for couple of days :) Maybe some other
> way of implementation?
> Could this be possible since "deleting to trash" is acctually simple
> move to other location (preservs ctime and atime)?
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