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Re: Why @#! is not Emacs using the Recycle bin on w32?

From: Lennart Borgman (gmail)
Subject: Re: Why @#! is not Emacs using the Recycle bin on w32?
Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2008 14:31:40 +0200
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Werner LEMBERG wrote:
>>> I use the `libtrash' library very successfully to prevent
>>> accidental data loss (since I mainly work on the console which
>>> never uses the trash folder of the GUI).
>> Sounds interesting. At what level does it interface?
> At the lowest one.  Here some snippets of the README:
>   libtrash is a shared library which, when preloaded, will intercept
>   calls to a series of GNU libc functions and make sure that, if an
>   attempt to destroy certain files is made, these won't be permanently
>   destroyed but rather moved to a "trash can".  It also allows the
>   user to mark certain directories as "unremovable", which means that
>   calls to functions which would result in the loss of files under
>   these directories will always fail, leaving those files untouched in
>   their original locations.

Thanks. Do I understand this correctly if I assume that you in a
flexible manner can decide which files to include in this?

Wonder if this is implemented in gnuwin32 too ...

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