Shot - Piotr Szotkowski
shot at hot.pl
Mon Nov 28 08:27:41 GMT 2005
> I think the maybe "deleting to trash" should be a concept for the
> whole system. All delete operations (command line and GUI) should
> do the same thing. Could "rm" be modified so that instead of getting
> rid of files they are moved to the trash?
I believe using libtrash is a better approach. :o)
shot at desaxe:~$ aptitude show libtrash | grep -A9 ^Descr
Description: A trash can library to use with LD_PRELOAD
libtrash is a shared library which, when preloaded, implements a trash can
under GNU/Linux. This way, your mistakes (at least those of the "rm -rf dir /"
class :-)) will no longer cause the loss of a week's work or your system's
Enlightenment is... frankly, as user-friendly as a cornered
rattlesnake on speed. -- Peter Whysall
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