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recompile

To compile a program again. A program is recompiled after a change has been made to it in order to test and run the revised version. Programs are recompiled many times during the course of development and maintenance. See compile.
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The typical design change, which requires recompiling one or two FPGAs, can be completed in approximately 30 minutes.
A personal note to every Apple aficionado who swooned at the idea of a Mac OS that requires the recompiling of applications: This is a good thing.
5 also lets developers evaluate fixes to memory problems without recompiling, and includes a variety of advanced and state-of-the-art memory debugging features to help developers find and eliminate even the most difficult heap allocation errors and leaks.
Further, ZeBu-XL implements patented reconfigurable testbench (RTB) technology that permits to switch between stimulation modes without recompiling the device under test.
The software is highly scalable, and has capability to configure a system that supports up to four processors without requiring any changes to the BIOS or without recompiling the firmware.
Timing changes can now be made on the system without changing the original STIL data and without recompiling or redownloading the test data.
Unique to Wavecom, MMI Maker allows handset manufacturers to download new resources independently of the main software and customise the interface without recompiling or downloading the MMI software, which significantly reduces time-to-market.
Unique features such as Dive, evaluation points to test fixes without recompiling, powerful data analysis features and grouping of threads set TotalView apart as a premium debugger with unrivaled power and ease of use.
Unique features such as dive, evaluation points to test fixes without recompiling, powerful data analysis features, and grouping of threads set TotalView apart as a premium debugger with unrivaled power and ease of use.