Delete targets. Deletes both file and object targets, and removes
their entries from the remake database. Using
make("clean") should probably be the general way to clean
up, but this might be useful if you have specific objects to
delete. While files can be deleted in this way, deleting in the
file system is also fine.
Names of targets to delete
Delete dependencies of the target too? Use with caution.
Be verbose when loading the remake file and when deleting targets.
Name of the remakefile (by default
This function ignores
cleanup_level and will quite happily
delete things that have been flagged as
cleanup_level: purge -
be careful using
dependencies=TRUE as this will
delete all dependencies. See
see what would be deleted.
It is an error to try to delete a fake target (i.e., a target with no rule but that exists to group other dependencies). It is not an error to delete the dependencies of such a target.
If run with
delete will print
information about targets that are deleted with a
each deleted target and an empty string if the target is already
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