🗑️ Replacement for UNIX rm command!
gomi is a simple trash tool that works on CLI, written in Go
The concept of the trashcan does not exist in Command-line interface (CLI). If you have deleted an important file by mistake with the
rm command, it would be difficult to restore. Then, it's this
rm command, it is possible to easily restore deleted files because
gomi have the trashcan for the CLI.
- Like a
rmcommand but not unlink (delete) in fact (just move to another place)
- Easy to restore, super intuitive
- Compatible with
- Nice UI, awesome CLI UX
- Easy to see what gomi does with setting
$ alias rm=gomi
$ rm -rf important-dir
$ rm --restore Search: █ Which to restore? ▸ important-dir main_test.go main.go test-dir ↓ validate_test.rego Name: important-dir Path: /Users/b4b4r07/src/github.com/b4b4r07/important-dir DeletedAt: 5 days ago Content: (directory) -rw-r--r-- important-file-1 -rw-r--r-- important-file-2 drwxr-xr-x important-subdir-1 drwxr-xr-x important-subdir-2 ...
Download the binary from GitHub Releases and drop it in your
For macOS / Homebrew user:
$ brew install b4b4r07/tap/gomi