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Re: how to obtain a clean sandbox (remove artifacts from prior build att
Re: how to obtain a clean sandbox (remove artifacts from prior build attempts)?
Thu, 20 Apr 2006 17:45:21 -0400
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Kenneth A. Wolcott wrote:
> How do I remove items from my sandbox that are the results of a build
> (successful or not) when they are scattered all over the place?
> Does this mean that all files that are not in the repository are removed
> from the sandbox?
No. CVS does not touch any files that it does not control. You have to
remove these files yourself. Your build script should have something
along the lines of "make clean" which will remove any intermediate files.
You can also add the files to .cvsignore, so that CVS ignores them and
will not report on their state. For more details, see the manual (at
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