ReMove to Waste
Alternative for RM that offers Recycle Bin-style functionality.
rmw (ReMove to Waste) is a safe-remove utility for the command line. It can move and restore files to and from directories specified in a configuration file, and can also be integrated with your regular desktop trash folder (if your desktop environment uses the (FreeDesktop.org Trash specification). One of the unique features of rmw is the ability to purge items from your waste (or trash) directories after x number of days.on GNOME, KDE, and Xfce.
released on 26 January 2022
Free Software Foundation
29 January 2007
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|Andy Alt (Andy5995)||Maintainer|
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