I did it again recently:
`rm -fR *` DOH! *wrong directory* !!!
It doesn't really bother me all that much, since it's my own stupidity
that's at fault after all, and most of the stuff I deleted was backed-up or
retrievable from elsewhere, but I did have one directory in there that took
a lot of work, and that annoys me. (Ever get your code *just* right, and do
this? It took me a year.)
So I'm looking for a replacement for rm, you know a trash system? I did a
search and there seems to be plenty of them out there, but I'm wondering if
there are any particularly nice packages people recommend?
Adam Beecher - CEO & Core Geek - ieWebs
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