[R] Cleaning up after compiling R source
guido at sirio.stat.unipd.it
Wed Sep 13 20:02:07 CEST 2000
On Wed, Sep 13, 2000 at 10:13:56AM -0700, Marc Feldesman wrote:
> 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)?
Go to path-to/R-1.1.1/src/gnuwin32. Then
> make clean
remove all the file created during the compilation but
executables, dll's, documentation,....
> make distclean
remove all was created (executables,...,too).
If you want to know which files are actually deleted look to
src/gnuwin32/Makefile and find the two blocks of rows starting
with "clean:" and "distclean:".
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