Cleaning refers to the process of deleting all products of the build process, including all intermediate compiled files, modules, and the final target. When the makefile for a project is built , a make command referred to as clean is also built to perform these deletions. When the Clean procedure is executed, wmake is instructed to perform the clean task.

Cleaning can be performed using the Clean entry, present in both the Build menu and the project pane’s popup menu’s Build submenu.

See Also

Building in Simply Fortran
Generating the Makefile