recompilation


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recompilation

(ˌriːkɒmpɪˈleɪʃən)
n
the action or process of recompiling a list, text, etc again or in a different way
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'There is a need for a strict review and careful recompilation of the law to ensure those who will be released went through proper rehabilitation and are ready to be integrated in the society.
With this migration, Swisscom has achieved a landmark in enterprise IT, by moving its business critical legacy mainframe applications and data to its own enterprise cloud infrastructure, without any data reformatting or recompilation of its application program code.
The fire outbreak in the main procurement stores destroyed all accounting documents such as tender documents, work tickets, payment vouchers, cash books, check counterfoils, bank statements and recompilation files.
The SDM runtime supports the execution of customer legacy applications, without recompilation or reformatting of data, while utilizing enterprise-class Linux and other open technologies to provide a best-in-class operation environment.
International intervention led by ECOWAS resulted in the 2012 Algiers Political Peace Accord, which enabled the 2013 elections to take place, and this has been followed by the 2015 Peace and Recompilation Agreement, urging the rebels to end the conflict.
Now, a detailed recompilation of current regulatory framework is also required in order to develop a numerical analysis that may indicate the modifications to the rate; this recompilation and numerical analysis will allow the identification of General Rate Formula parameters that require an adjustment for the new conditions imposed by DR.
We have compared our catalogue with those previously carried out in the area (Lopez & Saez 2002), with the exhaustive recompilation work about the vascular plant for the community of Madrid where 2233 species are mentioned (Morales 2003) and with the complete database of Anthos (http://www.anthos.es/).
Our tool first uses APKTool [26], an open source recompilation tool, to decompress the .APK files to AndroidManifest.xml and dex files.
Any changes in the scene require recompilation of the world.
Centralization makes it much easier for researchers to follow developments and opportunities in their field, but PressForward is not merely a recompilation tool.