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After you configure build specifications in the Project Explorer window, LabVIEW provides ways to manage and track your build specifications. Keeping track of your build specifications throughout development can help improve your development cycle.
LabVIEW also provides functionality when working with your build specifications inside the project. You can duplicate build specifications in the Project Explorer window. Right-click the build specification item you want to duplicate and select Duplicate from the shortcut menu to create a copy of the build specification item.
You also can drag and drop build specification items to rearrange the build order within the same build specification.
To delete the build specification files that LabVIEW creates during the most recent build, right-click the build specification and select Clean from the shortcut menu. Selecting Clean does not delete files that LabVIEW creates before the most recent build. You also can use the Clean VI to delete files from the most recent build.
If you build a stand-alone application, you can copy your LabVIEW work environment options into the build.