A CLI tool to prevent files from deletion - and recover them
Ever deleted a file by mistake with "rm" ?
Even when prompted to?
You can't afford this in production environments.
neverm will move your file(s) to the /tmp/ directory. Never will your file be deleted again.
Not the same story
This is NOT the same as creating an alias in your shell config, like:
The installation process puts neverm.py in /usr/bin/ and then creates the proper aliases in your bashrc and/or zshrc configuration files.
To recover a file, you need to know the exact name and run the 'recover' command.
Remove a file by mistake with any option (-f, -r, -fr, -rf):
Recover it from anywhere in the system to its original location:
Just like when you use 'rm' with global RegExes you can do the same with neverm. Ideally, neverm is a tool that will silently work as 'rm' with the added feature of being able to recover your files later. So common removal commands like these will work:
DEB or Source
We are offering deb packages of neverm if you have a Debian or Debian based OS (e.g. Ubuntu). but if you have a different type of OS you can grab the source and install neverm yourself.
You will need to copy neverm.py to /usr/bin/ and then run install.sh which will place the correct alias lines in either your bashrc or zshrc configuration files.
Bugs and Requests
Please submit any bugs or enhancement requests to our issues page
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