I use Latex to write my documents. Latex creates MANY auxiliary files to compile a document. I often times want to clean my working directory.
When I was working on Windows, I used to keep a .bat file in the working directory that looked like this:
del *.aux del *.pdf del *.log del *.bak del *.gz del *.bbl del *.blg
which I could just click on to get rid of all auxiliary files.
Now, I want to do the same on my Mac. I have created a .sh file like this:
#!/bin/bash cd `pwd` echo "Cleaning files..." rm *.aux rm *.bak rm *.bbl rm *.blg rm *.gz rm *.log rm *.pdf echo "Done!"
which I know I can run (i.e. invoke from command line), but I cannot click on - which is more convenient because not always I will be using Terminal.
How can I convert this script into a "clickable" one?
I appreciate any input!