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Here is a part of my zshrc file.

## Most Frequently used settings
# ls
alias ls='rm .DS_Store; echo --------------${PWD##*/}--------------; ls -1FGu'
alias l='ls -A'

I want to delete .DS_Store, every time I ls, if it exists, but, if it doesn't, I don't want warning from rm.

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I dont think this is a particular good idea to have a (typical) side effect free command modified this way. You could add a auto mount script, so this is done only once you plug a device in. But then again if a friend of yours wants to peek on his flash drive he might not be happy about losing his Apple settings. , but yes rm -f – eckes Aug 16 '12 at 0:19
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rm -f silences the nonexistent file warning.

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