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rmw - a cli trash can I wrote
« on: 27 January 2016, 17:02:19 »
I started to think my brain isn't wired for programming, so I stopped working on this almost 3 years ago, and started playing the piano and MG, haha.

I don't know if anyone would find this worth salvaging, or if it's unique compared to other cli trash cans. Though I don't wish for anyone to waste their time helping me because I don't work on it anymore. But here are the links if anyone is curious.

coded in 'C'.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/rmw/

I recently cloned it to GitHub

https://github.com/andy5995/rmw

 I know my code is not very professional, though rmw seems very stable. The biggest bug I think is this: http://sourceforge.net/p/rmw/discussion/881943/thread/fa611d1e/

I've been using rmw regularly since I wrote it.

Do many people use cli trash cans? Are there similar projects that are still actively developed? Is it best if I just forget about rmw?