trash-rm man page

trash-rm — Removes files matching a pattern from the trash can

Synopsis

trash-rm [PATTERN]

Description

Remove from the trash can all the files matching the PATTERN.

Example

$ trash-rm foo          # Removes all files with name 'foo' in trash can
$ trash-rm '*.o'        # Removes all files ending with '.o' in trash can
$ trash-rm /full/path   # Removes all files removed with exactly '/full/path' as original location

Bugs

Report bugs to https://github.com/andreafrancia/trash-cli/issues or to andrea@andreafrancia.it

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Credits

Trash was written by Andrea Francia <andrea@andreafrancia.it>. The original version of trash-empty was contributed by Einar Orn Olason <eoo@hi.is>. The first version of manual pages was written by Steve Stalcup <vorian@ubuntu.com>  and was modified by Massimo Cavalleri <submax@tiscalinet.it>.

See Also

trash-put(1),  trash-list(1),  trash-empty(1), trash-restore(1),  and the FreeDesktop.org Trash Specification at  http://www.ramendik.ru/docs/trashspec.html.

Referenced By

trash-empty(1), trash-list(1), trash-put(1), trash-restore(1).