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Unread postPosted: Sun May 16, 2004 8:02 am 
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Hi,

I'm building a C/C++ program together with a friend. It it supposed to run at my place under IRIX and at his under Linux (can't help it ;) ).. so we thought we better use the autoconf/automake stuff.

Now SGI MIPSpro compiler creates "rii_files" "ii_files" directories during compilation, and the automake CLEANFILES lists only handles files. Is there some other directive to accomplish this?


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Unread postPosted: Mon May 17, 2004 2:31 pm 
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shrek wrote:
Hi,

I'm building a C/C++ program together with a friend. It it supposed to run at my place under IRIX and at his under Linux (can't help it ;) ).. so we thought we better use the autoconf/automake stuff.

Now SGI MIPSpro compiler creates "rii_files" "ii_files" directories during compilation, and the automake CLEANFILES lists only handles files. Is there some other directive to accomplish this?


To remove automatically: intermediate objects, temporary MIPSPRO folders, and "eventually" a post-execution core file :)



PACKAGE = YourOwnTargetBinary

PREFIX = *
TEMPFOLDER = ii_files
COREFILES = core

clean:
@rm -rf $(PREFIX).o $(PREFIX)~ $(PACKAGE) $(TEMPFOLDER) $(COREFILES)


Good luck! ;)

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