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#!/bin/sh
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#!/bin/sh
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set -e
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set -e
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# a superset of clean.sh, cleaning up not only automatically 
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# a superset of clean.sh, cleaning up not only automatically
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# generated files but other things (e.g. customization files)
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# generated files but other things (e.g. customization files)
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# which shouldn't be in the distribution
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# which shouldn't be in the distribution
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# It's not unheard of to copy the old CMU CL docs into their
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# It's not unheard of to copy the old CMU CL docs into their
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# traditional sbcl-0.6.x place. If so, it shouldn't end up in
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# traditional sbcl-0.6.x place. If so, it shouldn't end up in
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rm -rf customize-target-features.lisp
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rm -rf customize-target-features.lisp
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# Since the CVS/ subdirectories on my (WHN) machine have CVS/Root
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# Since the CVS/ subdirectories on my (WHN) machine have CVS/Root
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# containing
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# containing
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#    :ext:wnewman@cvs.sbcl.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/sbcl
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#    :ext:wnewman@cvs.sbcl.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/sbcl
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# they're not useful for anyone else, so blow them away. (And even 
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# they're not useful for anyone else, so blow them away. (And even
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# if we could set them up to refer to CVS in a way that someone else 
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# if we could set them up to refer to CVS in a way that someone else
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# could use, perhaps referring to SourceForge anoncvs, what'd be the 
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# could use, perhaps referring to SourceForge anoncvs, what'd be the
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# point? I'd expect a comfortable majority of those who want to do 
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# point? I'd expect a comfortable majority of those who want to do
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# CVS operations would be inclined to start with "cvs co" anyway.)
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# CVS operations would be inclined to start with "cvs co" anyway.)
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find . \( -type d -a -name CVS \) -print | xargs rm -r
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find . \( -type d -a -name CVS \) -print | xargs rm -r
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# Fall through to ordinary cleanup.
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# Fall through to ordinary cleanup.
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sh clean.sh
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sh clean.sh

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