Is there any reason why I shouldn’t just delete an org-roam file? Any risk to database/links etc, is what I’m thinking about. (Sorry if this is too trivial).
Right now, deleting a file will result in links to the current file breaking.
If you delete the file using Emacs (with dired, or calling
M-x delete-file), the cache remains consistent. If you delete the file from outside Emacs, it won’t, but is not a big issue, because running
M-x org-roam-db-build-cache once more will bring it to a consistent state.
Thank you, that’s very helpful.
to delete the file of the current buffer.
That’s a few steps less then
and the cache seems to be updated the same. It probably calls
Any updates on the best way to delete a file?