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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 second is 'Condensed Vertigo 2007', which is a sound installation using Bernard Herrmann's score for Hitchcock's masterpiece Vertigo, which is recompiled into one track and plays in the gallery's public stairwell.
Recompiled in 1985, and digitally remastered and re-released in 2004.
Many Windows components have been recompiled to prevent buffer overruns--one of the most common avenues for viral attack, in the future, Microsoft will be implementing Data Execution Prevention (DEP), which works in conjunction with CPUs such as AMD's Athlon 64 and Opteron.
The decision to support as many processing architectures as possible should enable existing applications to run on the results of Project Ultraviolet without re-coding, although Goh admits that to get 100% of the advantages code will have to be recompiled.
Regardless of the architecture being used today, code can be recompiled for a different processor in the future.
The number of signals that can be probed is limited, and the emulator needs to be recompiled to change the signals that are probed, which is frequently required during debugging.
Its source code need never be re-examined or recompiled -- or even saved -- since it will always run as binary object code under future emulators.
Within no time they had downloaded Wipro UWIN and within days the product was recompiled on Windows without changing the source code, all at a fraction of the cost of developing the product from scratch.
This is recompiled "Nimda" variant with several subroutines fixed and optimized.
Even the usual software availability questions that haunt a new OS should not apply here, given the ease with which it appears UNIX applications can be recompiled to run on OS X.
Insisting that Microsoft Word now has "too much baggage" to be useful to newspapers, Cooper said NewsJaz relies on a text editor "that can be recompiled for the Macintosh." It defaults to in-column WYSIWYG, but writers also may work within "pre-paginated" shapes.
Elvis, his 1956 second album, has now been recompiled to include six additional tracks including Don't Be Cruel, Hound Dog and Love Me Tender, and there are similar bonus supplements to Something For Everybody (1961) and Pot Luck (1962).