Release Notes: This minor release adds IFS to the list of environment variables to untaint.
Release Notes: This version adds /lib32 and /lib64 to the default list of protected paths.
Release Notes: This new version removes an unnecessary dependency on the English Perl module. This makes safe-rm more robust during upgrades of the Perl core packages.
Release Notes: A small untainting problem was fixed for people who have CDPATH defined in their environment.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that caused symbolic links to protected files to be undeletable. Therefore, if you create a symlink to /usr/lib, you will now be able to delete it without having to use the real rm explicitly. Another minor enhancement included in this release is the change in the message displayed by safe-rm when a protected file is skipped. The new message should now make it explicit who is to blame when a file isn't being deleted.
Release Notes: In addition to protecting specific files and directories from accidental deletion, this release introduces support for wildcards in protected paths. Minor improvements were also made to the documentation and overall code quality.
Release Notes: The main change in this release is a fix for a bug that was preventing the root directory from being added to the list of protected paths. Safe-rm is now able to protect you from the infamous "rm -rf /".
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which caused safe-rm to skip the full blacklist checks when dealing with certain files and directories in the working directory. Previously, unless the argument you passed to safe-rm contained a slash, it would not get the real (absolute) path of the file before checking against the blacklist.