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recompile

(ˌriːkəmˈpaɪl)
vb (tr)
to compile (a list, text, etc) again or in a different way
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The distribution also includes all the necessary source code to recompile the BSP to match other Linux-based environments.
What once took a programmer hours to change files and recompile programs now takes a few mouse clicks.
The version recognized at the R&D 100 Awards also introduced a new "eXtended Tracing" (DXT) module for on-demand, in-depth tracing without the need to modify or recompile an application.
He said the committee has directed the commission and the Federal Ministry of Health to go back and recompile the figures for onward submission to the committee for deliberation.
The best thing is: no recompile required, so this includes existing NuGet packages.
Exasock allows standard Linux sockets applications to transparently bypass the kernel resulting in dramatic latency reduction without having to even recompile code.
Upgrade your OpenSSL servers to 1.0.1g or recompile -DOPENSSL_NO_HEARTBEATS
You can simply recompile your existing C code for use on xCORE.
"When you write code for FPGAs and then make a subtle change you have to recompile the code, which is often a lengthy process, taking perhaps a day on your machine," says Snyder.
Depending on audience response, Artisan then lets customers dynamically deploy the best performing designs to all users instantaneously without the need to recompile or resubmit the application to app stores.
The Supreme Court, while hearing Khan's earlier petition, had observed that elections cannot be conducted based on the old electoral lists and that the ECP should recompile them.