Josué Alcalde González
josuealcalde at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 23:36:14 GMT 2005
El dom, 27-11-2005 a las 21:45 +0100, Ante Karamatic escribió:
Trash is good for hard disk, but ¿is it really necessary for pen-drives?
I was confused when I deleted files and my disk space was alway the
same, until I realise there was a .Trash folder.
> 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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