Deletes the specified objects from the current database and recursively deletes all objects referenced by any of those objects. If one of the objects listed is a combination, then that combination as well as any objects that are members of that combination will be deleted. If a member of that combination is itself a combination, then all of its members will also be destroyed. This continues recursively until the primitive shapes are reached and destroyed. Note that the objects are killed immediately. There is no need for a write file command in MGED, and there is no undo command. Use this command with extreme caution. Other commands that remove objects from the database are kill and killall.
The example shows the use of the killtree command to delete specified objects and all references to them from the current database.
Example 1. Delete objects and all references to them from the database.
mged> killtree group1 region2 shapebDestroys group1, region2, and shapeb and removes all references to these objects from the database.
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