- Delete a file and send it to the trash:
- List all files in the trash:
- Interactively restore a file from the trash:
- Empty the trash:
- Permanently delete all files in the trash which are older than 10 days:
- Remove all files in the trash, which match a specific blob pattern:
- Remove all files with a specific original location:
trash [OPTION] ... [Arguments] ...
trash-put [OPTION] ... [Arguments] ...
Trash-cli package provides a command line interface trashcan utility compliant with the FreeDesktop.org Trash Specification. It remembers the name, original path, deletion date, and permissions of each trashed file.
Names of files or directories to move in the trashcan.
Silently ignore any files or directories that do not exist. Do not print error messages, and do not return a nonzero status to the caller, because of any such nonexistent arguments.
- -h, --help
Show help message and exit.
Use TRASHDIR as trash folder.
- -v, --verbose
Explain what is being done.
Show program's version number and exit.
$ trash-put foo # trashes foo
Please, report bugs to https://github.com/andreafrancia/trash-cli/issues
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Trash was written by Andrea Francia <email@example.com>. The original version of trash-empty was contributed by Einar Orn Olason <firstname.lastname@example.org>. The first version of manual pages was written by Steve Stalcup <email@example.com> and was modified by Massimo Cavalleri <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
trash-list(1), trash-restore(1), trash-empty(1), trash-rm(1), and the FreeDesktop.org Trash Specification at https://specifications.freedesktop.org/trash-spec/trashspec-1.0.html.
Both are released under the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later.
trash-empty(1), trash-list(1), trash-restore(1), trash-rm(1).
The man page trash-put(1) is an alias of trash(1).