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NAME

       g.remove   -  Removes  data  base  element  files from the user’s current mapset using the
       search pattern.

KEYWORDS

       general, map management, remove

SYNOPSIS

       g.remove
       g.remove --help
       g.remove      [-irefb]      type=datatype[,datatype,...]        [name=string[,string,...]]
       [ignore=string[,string,...]]   [pattern=string]   [exclude=string]   [--help]  [--verbose]
       [--quiet]  [--ui]

   Flags:
       -i
           Ignore case

       -r
           Use basic regular expressions instead of wildcards

       -e
           Use extended regular expressions instead of wildcards

       -f
           Force removal (required for actual deletion of files)

       -b
           Remove base raster maps

       --help
           Print usage summary

       --verbose
           Verbose module output

       --quiet
           Quiet module output

       --ui
           Force launching GUI dialog

   Parameters:
       type=datatype[,datatype,...] [required]
           Data type(s)
           Options: raster, raster_3d, vector, label, region, group, all
           raster: raster map(s)
           raster_3d: 3D raster map(s)
           vector: vector map(s)
           label: paint label file(s)
           region: region definition(s)
           group: imagery group(s)
           all: all types

       name=string[,string,...]
           Name of file(s) to remove

       ignore=string[,string,...]
           Name of file(s) to ignore (default: none)

       pattern=string
           File name search pattern

       exclude=string
           File name exclusion pattern (default: none)

DESCRIPTION

       g.remove removes data files matching a  pattern  given  by  wildcards  or  POSIX  Extended
       Regular  Expressions.  If  the -f force flag is not given then nothing is removed, instead
       the list of selected file names is printed to stdout as a  preview  of  the  files  to  be
       deleted.

EXAMPLES

       Delete map1 and map2 raster maps in the current mapset:
       g.remove -f type=raster name=tmp1,tmp2
       Delete all raster and vector maps starting with "tmp_" in the current mapset:
       # show matching raster and vector maps but do not delete yet (as verification)
       g.remove type=raster,vector pattern="tmp_*"
       # actually delete the matching raster and vector maps
       g.remove -f type=raster,vector pattern="tmp_*"
       Delete  all  vector  maps starting with "stream_" in the current mapset, but exclude those
       ending with "_final":
       g.remove -f type=vector pattern="stream_*" exclude="*_final"

AUTHOR

       Huidae Cho
       grass4u@gmail.com

       Last changed: $Date: 2014-12-19 21:06:05 +0100 (Fri, 19 Dec 2014) $

SOURCE CODE

       Available at: g.remove source code (history)

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