Clean

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Usage

se clean [options] <Root-Name> ... 

Command clean removes all intermediate files produced by previous compile, compile_to_c or compile_to_jvm as well. Names (<Root-Name> ...) can have the Eiffel suffix, no suffix at all, or the suffix used for SmartEiffel command files on your system (.make on UNIX or .BAT on DOS for example).

Options

 -help:

Display a brief summary of the command-line syntax and a complete list of finder options.

-no_remove:

Print the name of files that would be removed, but do not remove them.e.

-verbose:

Print system information during the compilation (full path of loaded files, type inference score, removed files, etc.).

-version:

Show the number of the version of SmartEiffel you're using.

Examples

Example 1

To remove intermediate files produced for the HELLO_WORLD program. Type: clean hello_world You can also type: clean hello_world.e or you can also type: clean HELLO_WORLD on Unix, you can type: clean hello_world.make on DOS, you can do: clean hello_world.BAT

Example 2

Under Unix or DOS, remove all intermediates files in the current directory : clean *.e

If the root class file is not in the current directory, you can type (for Unix) : clean *.make

Option -verbose can be used to see which files are removed.

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