2.2.7 Cleaning up ----------------- The basic command is `make distclean'. This removes all files created by the build. Alternatively, * `make mostlyclean' if you intend to compile on another architecture. For Web2C, since the generated C files are portable, they are not removed. If the `lex' vs. `flex' situation is going to be different on the next machine, `rm web2c/lex.yy.c'. * `make clean' to remove files created by compiling, but leave configuration files and Makefiles. * `make maintainer-clean' to remove everything that the Makefiles can rebuild. This is more than `distclean' removes, and you should only use it if you are thoroughly conversant with (and have the necessary versions of) Autoconf. * `make extraclean' to remove other junk, e.g., core files, log files, patch rejects. This is independent of the other `clean' targets.
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