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recompile

(ˌriːkəmˈpaɪl)
vb (tr)
to compile (a list, text, etc) again or in a different way
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Owing to firing two other persons, who were making efforts of recompilations between the two Ulemas, also sustained serious injuries and they were immediately shifted to a hospital.
Since then, Gamba, sixty-two, a serious-mannered man with an occasional hoarse laugh emanating from a huge, frizzy orange beard, has published nearly twenty books in Guarani, including poetry, fiction, schoolbooks, and recompilations of traditional stories.
With each quarterly update to the Solaris 8 OE, Sun continues to add to the hundreds of open source commands, libraries and utilities that provide the ability to run Linux programs unchanged without recompilations on Intel and with simple recompilation on SPARC.
But the new G7 processor that runs with the so-called OS/390 3.0 will also include a new native mode that, with program recompilations, will offer substantial performance improvements compared to OS/390 running on older iron.
Replacing one of them (Y1) with another (Y2) should not entail other modifications or recompilations unless there are changes in the export interface.
Such operations do not require knowledge about the contents of those files and in our implementation do not incur any recompilations.
It also allows the addition of functionality to an existing software module without affecting any of its dependents, that is, no recompilations are ever necessary unless a change in a library actually invalidates a client (for example by removing a function called by the client, or by changing its result type).
But the new G7 processor that runs with the so-called OS/390 3.0 with also include a new native mode that, with program recompilations, will offer substantial performance improvements compared to OS/390 running on older iron.
Even on a medium-speed computer with as little as IBM of RAM, compilation time is tolerable, the more so because Ada's separate compilation facilities inherently avoid unnecessary recompilations. Student programs, which are usually interactive, generally run faster than the human eye can follow, and so "fast enough is fast enough."
This is the reason it was chosen in the first place, at the cost of more explicit code and recompilations.
* the automatic mode, in which recompilations of invalid objects are automatically performed;