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# NOTE: If two WASTE folders are on the same file system, rmw will move files
# to the first WASTE folder listed, ignoring the second one.
#
WASTE = $HOME/.local/share/Waste
# If you would like this to be your primary trash folder (which usually means
# that it will be the same as your Desktop Trash folder) be sure it precedes
# any other WASTE folders listed in the config file
#
# If you want it checked for files that need purging, simply uncomment
# The line below. Files you move with rmw will go to the folder above by
# default.
#
# Note to OSX and Windows users: sending files to 'Desktop' trash
# doesn't work yet
#
# WASTE=$HOME/.local/share/Trash
# A folder can use the $UID variable.
# WASTE=/mnt/fs/Trash-$UID
# Removable media: If a folder has ',removable' appended to it, rmw
# will not try to create it; it must be initially created manually. If
# the folder exists when rmw is run, it will be used; if not, it will be
# skipped Once you create "example_waste", rmw will automatically create
# example_waste/info and example_waste/files
# WASTE=/mnt/sda10000/example_waste, removable
# How many days should files be allowed to stay in the waste folders before
# they are permanently deleted
#
# use '0' to disable purging
#
purge_after = 0
# purge is allowed to run without the '-f' option. If you'd rather
# require the use of '-f', you may uncomment the line below.
#
# force_required
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