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recompile

(ˌriːkəmˈpaɪl)
vb (tr)
to compile (a list, text, etc) again or in a different way
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A single voter list has been recompiled in Azerbaijan.
The number of signals that can be probed is limited, and the emulator needs to be recompiled to change the signals that are probed, which is frequently required during debugging.
Even the usual software availability questions that haunt a new OS should not apply here, given the ease with which it appears UNIX applications can be recompiled to run on OS X.
Qt-based applications run across all Windows version from Windows 98 to Vista, and Windows applications built with Qt can be recompiled to target alternative platforms such as Linux(R) and Mac(R) OS X from a single source code-base.
Some applications that are not rewritten or recompiled for the new architecture will still run on Intel-based Macs, using the new Rosetta translation layer.
This enables existing applications to be modified and new applications to be built and installed without the entire system having to be recompiled and rebuilt.
The problem is that any changes to the model source code require that the SPICE simulator models must be recompiled, re-linked, verified, and distributed resulting in customers not receiving these improvements for many months.
With Server Express, iGuzzini Illuminazione's pre-existing applications can be recompiled to run on HP-UX without requiring changes to the original source code, and in turn, dramatically reducing deployment times.
In traditional embedded system development environments, modifying C source code requires the code to be fully tested and recompiled each time it is rewritten.
Regardless of the architecture being used today, code can be recompiled for a different processor in the future.