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The basic command is
make distclean. This removes all files
created by the build.
make mostlycleanif you intend to compile on another architecture. For Web2C, since the generated C files are portable, they are not removed. If the
flexsituation is going to be different on the next machine,
make cleanto remove files created by compiling, but leave configuration files and Makefiles.
make maintainer-cleanto 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 extracleanto remove other junk, e.g., core files, log files, patch rejects. This is independent of the other `clean' targets.
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