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0.7.0518 Jun 2020 00:05 minor feature: 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. . Added '-R' option, changed '--recurse' option to '--recursive'. Added recursive (rm compatibility) options in --help output, message shown when using '-r, --recursive' . Broken purge test.
0.7.0413 Aug 2019 03:15 minor feature: 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. /.config/rmwrc. . Lastpurge is now 'purge-time' and stored in XDG_DATA_HOME/rmw or. /.local/share/rmw. . Lastrmw is now 'mrl' and stored in XDG_DATA_HOME/rmw or. /.local/share/rmw. . 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 Location.
0.7.0307 Aug 2019 03:15 minor feature: Rmw now gets the user's HOMEDIR from a passwd struct (seehttps://linux.die.net/man/3/getpwnam), not from the environmental Variable. . A waste folder can now use the UID (user id) variable. Example: /mnt/fs/Trash- UID. . 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.
0.7.0213 Jul 2019 03:11 minor bugfix: bugfix:on some systems, purge would fail to run when requested, 'make check' failed. This was reported to happen on Manjaro and Arch. bugfix:missing output when purge is attempted without force feature_add:Emptying the waste folders is now done with the -e,--empty option
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