Rmw v0.7.09 Is Released
The handy rmw (ReMove to Waste) shell utility for moving files to a waste folder, instead of immediately deleting them, got another minor bug-fix release today. Filenames now display correctly when using the
-vvg option. That's it, that's all there is to rmw v0.7.09.
rmw can be a very handy alternative to the
rmw moves files to a waste folder instead of deleting them so you can pull them out of one of your waste folders if you find that you regret moving a file you "deleted". It support purging files from the waste folders and a few other features. It does take some time to set it up if you have multiple partitions because it won't move files to a waste folder on a different partition - so you will have to set one up on every partition where you'd like to use
The latest v0.7.09 release has exactly one change:
"bugfix: filenames now display correctly when using '-vvg'"
You can acquire the source code for the latest release from https://github.com/theimpossibleastronaut/rmw/releases. You will have to get it from there if you want to try it, it's not in the repositories of any GNU/Linux distribution we are aware of.