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SubjectRe: clean before or after dep?
On Sun, Sep 08, 2002 at 07:54:56PM +0100, jbradford@dial.pipex.com wrote:
> > Lets go through the targets in question, and their purpose:
> > mrproper:
> > mrproper removes all files generated during the build process. This
> > includes the final kernel, the current configuration, firmware for
> > drivers, host-progs used during compilation, buildversion,
> > the include/asm link and a few more files.
>
> This used to be called distclean, right?
Nope, distclean is still present.
distclean in addition to mrproper removes all editor backup files, patch
leftovers, md5 sum files, and empty files.

So three leves of cleaning.

Sam

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