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remove uncompiled c code from folder

Posted on 2012-03-17
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Hi I want to only leave the c program binaries (compiled code) in a folder.

how do i remove uncompiled code using the command line?
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rm *.c
rm*.h

Is a good starting point. But would be better to just compile your target to a different folder.
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You could use the find command

find / -type f -name *.c -name *.h

Make the path as conservative as possible.  Once you are able to list, you can pipe the list to
| xargs rm
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You should move the compiled program/s out rather than the source and the compiled objects. Work on the issue with the fewer items.
Usually you want to keep the source in the event you want to make changes in the future.
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excellent
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