RMW Release Notes
When using -s,--select, the number of lines the terminal has will
be checked. The number of items in the list will be based on that; if
it doesn't meet the minumum requirement, rmw will exit.
Allow optional argument to -g/--purge that can override the value of
'purge_after' in the configuration file (-g[N_DAYS], --purge[=N_DAYS]).
bugfix: restore broken symbolic links instead of giving a "file not
found" message (issue #292)
Improved handling of file with leading hyphens
When an invalid option is given, usage output no longer displays
You can view how many days remain until a file is purged by using
-vv (with -fg).
If lstat() encounters and error, also display the filename/directory it
was attempting to access.
add '-m, --most-recent-list' option: list most recently rmw'ed files
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=== RMW Release Notes ===
Fix for compiling with gcc 10 (Thanks to muralikodali and GazL)
rmw will now refuse to move a waste folder or a file that resides
within a waste folder (This feature was in place before, but at some
point Andy accidentally removed the code).
Feature removed: restore with '-z' using only the basename from any
directory. User must be in a Trash directory or specify the full path
(e.g. rmw -z ~/.local/share/Trash/foo.bar). For details, see issue
Added '-R' option, changed '--recurse' option to '--recursive',
added recursive (rm compatibility) options in --help output, fixed
message shown when using '-r, --recursive'
Fixed broken purge test
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=== RMW Release Notes ===
To get user's home dir, revert back to retrieving via environmental
variable (conforms to FreeDesktop Trash Spec)
The config file is now read from $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/rmwrc or
lastpurgeis now 'purge-time' and stored in $XDG_DATA_HOME/rmw or
lastrmwis now 'mrl' and stored in $XDG_DATA_HOME/rmw or
The default Waste folder (specified in the configuration file) is now
~/.local/share/Waste instead of ~/trash.rmw.
The ~/.config/rmw directory is no longer used. It can be deleted,
but you may first want to copy your old configuration file to the new
See https://github.com/theimpossibleastronaut/rmw/blob/v0.7.04/ChangeLog for more details.
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rmw now gets the user's HOMEDIR from a passwd struct (see
https://linux.die.net/man/3/getpwnam), not from the environmental
A waste folder can now use the $UID (user id) variable. Example:
Because rmw automatically creates a config file in the user's home
directory, rmw no longer searches in /etc (or /usr/local/etc..) for rmwrc.
It can be removed from your system if installed previously.
A lot of code clean-up and refactoring since the last release.
See the ChangeLog for more details about this release.
rmw-patch-0.7.03-2_20190807.patch is a low-priority patch that can be applied to v0.7.03 and will bump the version to 0.7.03-2.
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rmw v0.7.02 has been released. See the ChangeLog for details.
rmw v0.4.03 has been released
Please see contributors to
view the list of people who have helped shape this release.
Bugfix: Errors displayed while creating necessary directories, which
would happen if only one WASTE folder was listed in the config file.
A Portuguese (pt_PT) translation has been added.
If you would like to add a translation, please see the Translating wiki page
for information and instructions.
The last major release of rmw was v0.4.01, which was released on
2017-12-20. See the NEWS file for
information about many other notable changes and improvements to rmw.
We are now using Slack for the rmw chat room.
Anyone who is interested in rmw may join, regardless of their
Please visit the web site and leave feedback; bug reports are also
rmw 0.4.01 has been released
Please see the
contributors file to
see a list of the people who have helped shape this release.
Martijn de Boer has done some testing and found that rmw will build and run on
Linux, Mac OS X, and *BSD. He also reports that it builds and runs on Windows
using WSL. We'd like rmw to have
the ability to run natively on Windows and if anyone is interested in helping
with that, please subscribe to the
ticket, or leave a comment.
The --select feature now displays a list that can be scrolled through, and
file sizes are now shown next to each file.
libncurses(5 or 6)-dev is now required to build (used for the --select
Support for translating output messages using
gettext has been added. rmw has been
translated into the following languages:
If you would like to add a translation, please see the Translating wiki
page for information and
man pages are now available in the following languages:
* de * en * es * fi * ne * nl_NL * pl * pt_BR
-t --translate option added. This option will display a
translation of the config file in your native language. Unfortunately, as
mentioned above, only 4 languages are supported at present.
-ff option added. Using extra force at runtime (-ff) will now prevent messages
such as "Directory not purged - still contains files" when purging directories
that contain non-writable subdirectories.
A new feature for testing has been added. Temporarily setting the RMWTRASH
environmental variable at run-time to "fake-year" will write the year 1999 to
the DeletionDate string in the .trashinfo file when removed with rmw.
Ex: `RMWTRASH=fake-year rmw some.txt temp.asc files.doc`
Then run rmw with the purge option:
rmw -fg and those three files would be
If purge_after is > 0, rmw will only show the message "purge has been
skipped: use -f or --force" once a day, regardless of verbosity level. This
improves the behavior where that message would display every time if --force
wasn't used (or if "force_not_required" was used in the config file).
-o, --orphaned option added This will create a .trashinfo file if the
corresponding .trashinfo is not found (missing trashinfo files were a problem
in the early days of testing. If it happens now, it would be because of a bug
that has yet to be discovered).
The -p, --pause option has been removed
The undo_file (lastrmw) is now removed after when -u is used.
We are now using Slack for the rmw chat
Anyone who is interested in rmw may join, regardless of their contribution
Please visit the web site and leave feedback; bug reports are also requested.