Enter a command. For example: git blame someone else, pass otp.


Remove files or directories by sending them to the graveyard, allowing for them to be recovered. More information:
  • Remove files or directories from specified locations and place them in the graveyard:
    rip {{path/to/file_or_directory}} {{path/to/another/file_or_directory}}
  • Interactively remove files or directories, with a prompt before every removal:
    rip --inspect {{path/to/file_or_directory}} {{path/to/another/file_or_directory}}
  • List all files and directories in the graveyard that were originally within the current directory:
    rip --seance
  • Permanently delete every file and directory in the graveyard:
    rip --decompose
  • Put back the files and directories which were affected by the most recent removal:
    rip --unbury
  • Put back every file and directory that is listed by rip --seance:
    rip --seance --unbury

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