|author||Mohammad Akhlaghi <email@example.com>||2021-01-02 15:59:49 +0000|
|committer||Mohammad Akhlaghi <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2021-01-02 15:59:49 +0000|
./project make: new texclean target
Until now there was only a 'clean' (to delete all files created during the 'make' phase) and the 'distclean' (to delete all files during configuration and make). But sometimes we don't want to delete all the files created during the full 'make' phase, we only want to delete the files that were created by LaTeX for building the paper. Witht this commit, a new target has been added for this job. You can now run the following command for this job: ./project make texclean Only the files in '$(BDIR)/tex/build' will be deleted (and the 'tikz' directory under that location is recreated, ready for a future build).
2 files changed, 7 insertions, 1 deletions
@@ -91,6 +91,7 @@ Project 'make' special features.
./project make Build the project on one thread
./project make -jN Built the project in parallel on N threads.
./project make clean Clean all files generated by 'make' (not software).
+ ./project make texclean Clean all files built by (La)TeX.
./project make distclean Clean everything (including compiled software).
./project make dist Produce a LaTeX-ready-to-build distribution tarball
('tar.gz') of the project. This is ready to be
diff --git a/reproduce/analysis/make/initialize.mk b/reproduce/analysis/make/initialize.mk
index 6e17877..a5d5b92 100644
@@ -219,13 +219,18 @@ project-package-contents = $(texdir)/$(project-package-name)
# we want to ensure that the file is always built in every run: it contains
# the project version which may change between two separate runs, even when
# no file actually differs.
-.PHONY: all clean dist dist-zip dist-lzip distclean clean-mmap \
+.PHONY: all clean dist dist-zip dist-lzip texclean distclean clean-mmap \
# --------- Delete for no Gnuastro ---------
clean-mmap:; rm -f reproduce/config/gnuastro/mmap*
+ rm *.pdf
+ rm -rf $(BDIR)/tex/build/*
+ mkdir $(BDIR)/tex/build/tikz # 'tikz' is assumed to already exist.
# Delete the top-level PDF file.
rm -f *.pdf