[R] Cleaning up after compiling R source

Marc Feldesman feldesmanm at pdx.edu
Wed Sep 13 19:13:56 CEST 2000

Forgive this naive question, but I'm not accustomed to using Win ports of 
Unix tools (actually I'm unfamiliar with Unix tools, period).

Anyway, I've successfully compiled the R-1.1.1 sources into the full binary 
package.  Everything seems to work.  I'd like to remove all the "made" 
files and leave only the original source code and the compiled binary 
code.  Is there some other tool that will clean up after the compile and 
link cycle?  What file suffixes can be deleted safely (subject to leaving 
the original source and the needed binaries)?


Dr. Marc R. Feldesman
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Anthropology Department
Portland State University
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