[klibc] Never clean files in quilt status directory
The top-level "distclean" and "mrproper" targets delete zero-size
files in the source, perhaps assumed to be stamp files. This is fine
for actual source direcgtories, but disastrous for a quilt status
For each patch, quilt stores the previous versions of the modified
files in a subdirectory of .pc. If the patch creates a file, this
file will be empty. Removing it effectively removes the file creation
from the patch.
The .git directory is already excluded from the clean rules for
a similar reason, so do the same for .pc.
Signed-off-by: Ben Hutchings <email@example.com>
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