Formaline: delete tarballs and C files after building object files

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Issue #574 resolved
Erik Schnetter created an issue

Formaline creates tarballs, converts them to C code, and then compiles them to object files. Once the object files are there, there is no point in keeping the corresponding tarball and C file, and they should be deleted to save disk space.

This may be as simple as removing some .PRECIOUS statements from the Makefile. However, one has to ensure that deleting these files doesn't confuse make into believing that they have to be regenerated the next time.


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