Is there a command to delete all auxiliary files within the terminal without compiling the
There is such an option for
latexmk but then I have to build the
Ok, I try to be more explicit: Sometimes things go wrong and one has to delete all the
bcf etc. files. Some editor have this option but since we can compile a
tex file with the terminal I was wondering whether there is also a function/program which would delete all those created auxiliary files automatically; e.g.
$ cleartex . for all auxiliary files in that directory.
As moewe suggests such a program could have the gitignore list as base to work with.
latexmk -c *.texwill remove all aux files generated from the given
rm *.auxremoves all aux files from the current directory (or
rmin windows cmd prompt)