> FYI, the easiest way to get a reliably clean tree is:
> make -k clobber nodepend
> If someone can help me figure out why the '-k' appears to be necessary I
> shall be eternally grateful. It appears to be an autodepend issue.
Probably because the dependencies get read from the .m files, but if they no longer exist you get killed, unless you have -k?
This was certainly what caused me so much pain!
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