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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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Customers can take existing C/C++ code and easily recompile for the multicore xCORE devices.
NON-MEM 7.2 includes product enhancements such as parallel computing of a single problem over multiple cores or computers, helping to reduce completion time; and active memory allocation according to problem size, eliminating the need to recompile the NONMEM program for unusually large problems.
Because data would be encrypted and then stored on many different servers, Google's administrators wouldn't typically be able to access the information, although there would be so-called "Super Administrators" who would be able to recompile the data and read it.<p>The city would own the data and would be notified of "any request of data or security breach," the memo states.<p>Critics are still worried about security and privacy, though.
To show how seamless gesturing has been implemented, it is possible to take the original "Fishfact" project that shipped with Delphi 1.0 and recompile it in 2010 to be totally gesture/touch enabled with no coding changes.
The DPJ plans to cancel and recompile the 4.36 trillion yen disbursement to the 46 funds.
You make these changes dynamically from your PC through a JTAG connection so you don't have to recompile application code when you change trigger settings.
With a simple recompile using the PCAP Express 10G library in lieu of the standard PCAP library, tcpdump was capturing traffic at full 10Gbps line rate.
The driver source code is also available on request for users who need to recompile the driver on their host PC, the company claims.
When a piece of code is written to exploit a certain vulnerability in an operating system and is published on the Internet, the creators of these worms can just attach it to the old code of the worm, recompile it and a new dangerous worm is ready to be unleashed.
The data-processing rate may be increased with the addition of processors, without a need to re-write or recompile the software.
"In order to fully exploit all the paradigms at maximum capacity you will have to recompile the code and have a very high level of intelligence in the controller," he said.
The binary code compatibility of the TeakLite DSP core with ParthusCeva's OakDSPCore effectively eliminates the need to recompile or rewrite existing software modules during migration to the TeakDSPCore family.