In article <3DF21343.3060607 / icqmail.com>, David Garamond wrote:

>  ... it's amazing to see that over the years the unix CLI hasn't got
> a good replacement for "rm" that does trash-can-thingy

http://www.m-arriaga.net/software/libtrash/

"This is the homepage of libtrash, a shared library which, when
preloaded, implements a trash can under GNU/Linux."

>  ... (or some filesystem features added on to ext2/ext3/reiserfs
> that makes undeletion possible).

ext2 supports an undeletable attribute for files (that's undelet-able,
not un-deletable).  Files with that attribute set have their contents
saved when they are deleted, so they can be retrieved alter.

Regards, 

Jeremy Henty