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recompile

(ˌriːkəmˈpaɪl)
vb (tr)
to compile (a list, text, etc) again or in a different way
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In the example, the time required to compile a 1.1-million gate networking design is reduced to 1.1 h on three workstations, with the result that a farm of workstations or PCs is no longer required, nor are day-long delays for recompiles. As a general rule, million-gate designs can be compiled in less than an hour.
With well-designed XML tags, an entire site can be revised, and a half dozen short lines of XML code recompiles the table of contents and index.
It claims Linux applications will run with only a small recompile. Sun is bound to make much of this as it claims its own version of the lxrun (run Linux) program for Linux applications on Solaris 7 requires no recompiles, and that lxrun in turn is based on work that enables Linux applications to run on SCO UnixWare.
They make changes, recompile a large segment of the program, relink it, test, and try again.