Manpage of PEETCleanup
Section: User Commands (1)
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PEETCleanup - delete log / intermediate files, and rename output files
PEETCleanup filename flgCleanOutput
If PEETCleanup is called with only a single parameter
file name, it silently deletes log and intermediate files, while preserving
essential output files. If it is called with the optional flgCleanOutput
argument set to anything other than 0, is also deletes output files
(e.g. in preparation for a new run). Output files are backed up (by
appending a "~" to the name), rather than simply deleted, but there is
only a single level of backup.
By default, PEETCleanup is invoked with flgCleanOutput = 1 at the start
of each new PEET run to avoid possible confusion between current and
pre-existing output files. To suppress this automatic cleanup, manually
add a parameter flgNoCleanupOutputFiles = 1 to the parameter file.
The file name of the parameter file. See PEET man page and
below for descriptions of applicable parameter file settings.
- flgCleanOutput (optional, default = 0)
If non-zero, output files will be processed in addition to log and
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