Trash specification, version 0.1

Waldo Bastian bastian at
Fri Sep 10 13:01:19 EEST 2004

On Monday 30 August 2004 15:40, Alexander Larsson wrote:
> > > An interesting issue is filenames with newlines in them.
> >
> > Does any filesystem allow this?
> All unix ones do. The only non-allowed characters in unix filenames are
> '/' and zero.

There are non-unix filesystems out there that don't allow ':' in filenames.

This should normally not be an issue when trashing files from the same 
partition: all files on the partition will have the same restriction wrt 

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