[PATCH 01 of 14] docs/usage: English corrections in 'Repository deleting'
Thomas De Schampheleire
patrickdepinguin at gmail.com
Mon Apr 6 15:11:55 EDT 2015
# HG changeset patch
# User Thomas De Schampheleire <thomas.de.schampheleire at gmail.com>
# Date 1427916679 -7200
# Wed Apr 01 21:31:19 2015 +0200
# Node ID 18ad6695a60afc378bad5ca9dd07666a5c768d36
# Parent f4857279cb29f28d6c9f9acf1d8e6e026c2c8c04
docs/usage: English corrections in 'Repository deleting'
diff --git a/docs/usage/general.rst b/docs/usage/general.rst
@@ -11,20 +11,22 @@
Currently when an admin or owner deletes a repository, Kallithea does
not physically delete said repository from the filesystem, but instead
renames it in a special way so that it is not possible to push, clone
-or access repository. It is worth noting that even if someone will be
-given administrative access to Kallithea and will delete a repository,
-you can easy restore such an action by removing ``rm__<date>`` from
-the repository name. There is also a special command for cleaning such
+or access the repository.
+There is a special command for cleaning up such archived repos::
paster cleanup-repos --older-than=30d my.ini
-This command will scan for archived repositories that are older than
-30 days, display them, and ask if you want to delete them (there is
-a ``--dont-ask`` flag also) If you host a large amount of repositories with
-forks that are constantly deleted it is recommended that you run such a
+This command scans for archived repositories that are older than
+30 days, displays them, and asks if you want to delete them (unless given
+the ``--dont-ask`` flag). If you host a large amount of repositories with
+forks that are constantly being deleted, it is recommended that you run this
command via crontab.
+It is worth noting that even if someone is given administrative access to
+Kallithea and deletes a repository, you can easily restore such an action by
+renaming the repository directory, removing the ``rm__<date>`` prefix.
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