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NAME

       delp - The Free Pascal file deletion tool.

SYNOPSIS

       delp [options] directory

DESCRIPTION

       delp  deletes  files  in  the  specified  directory  that are left over from a Free Pascal
       compilation process. It knows what files can be produced by the compile steps and  deletes
       any  such  files  it finds. At the end it gives a summary of the number of files that were
       deleted, together with the amount of bytes freed by this process.

USAGE

       delp takes the following options at this time:

       -e     Delete all executable files as well. This option has no effect on Linux.

       -h     Displays a short help message.

       -q     Be more quiet. Normally, delp gives a count of the number  of  files  deleted.   If
              this option is given, no messages are displayed.

FILE TYPES:

       The following file types are recognized by the program and are deleted:

       *.exe  Executable files under dos and windows. Only deleted if the -e option is given.

       *.so *.dll
              Shared libraries under linux and Windows.

       *.tpu *.tpp *.tpw *.tr
              Turbo Pascal compiled units.

       *.log *.bak
              Backup files and log files.

       *.ppu *.o *.a *.s
              Compiled  units,  object  files,  archives  and assembler files created by the Free
              Pascal compiler on Linux or Dos

       *.ppw *.ow *.aw *.sw
              Compiled units, object files, archives and assembler  files  created  by  the  Free
              Pascal compiler on Windows.

       *.pp1 *.o1 *.a1 *.s1
              Compiled  units,  object  files,  archives  and assembler files created by the Free
              Pascal compiler on the go321v1 platform.

       *.ppo *.oo *.ao *.so
              Compiled units, object files, archives and assembler  files  created  by  the  Free
              Pascal compiler on the OS/2 platform.

       ppas.bat ppas.sh link.res fpcmaked
              Batch files, link script and makefile utility files.

SEE ALSO

              fpcmake(1) ppc386(1) make(1)