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PRUNEEMPTYDIRS(1)		[FIXME:	manual]		     PRUNEEMPTYDIRS(1)

NAME
       pruneemptydirs -	Detects	stale source directories in a CVS tree

SYNOPSIS
       pruneemptydirs [-f]

DESCRIPTION
       pruneemptydirs is used to clean up a local CVS tree. It detects
       directories containing remnants of old stuff which has been removed
       from the	CVS. Such stale	directories often break	compilation. The
       current directory and all directories beneath it	will be	examined.

       Note that this tool does	not remove anything; it	simply prints what to
       do as a series of remove	commands. You can copy and paste these
       commands, or use	them with eval in a script.

       This tool works better if the source directory is not the same as the
       build directory,	since it will not print	directories containing old
       executables.

       This utility is part of the KDE Software	Development Kit.

OPTIONS
       -f
	   Actually perform the	deletions instead of just printing them	out.
	   Use this option with	care.

AUTHORS
       pruneemptydirs was written by David Faure <faure@kde.org>

       This manual page	was prepared by	Ben Burton<bab@debian.org>

AUTHOR
       Ben Burton <bab@debian.org>
	   Author.

[FIXME:	source]			  2003-04-08		     PRUNEEMPTYDIRS(1)

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