recompile

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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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With traditional emulation, the recompiles would have taken overnight instead of a few hours.
While these capabilities can be implemented in emulators built with off-the-shelf FPGAs, it is necessary to recompile the FPGA that contains the storage element, which takes about 30 minutes.
On the other hand, the Recompile command performs a complete recompile of all code in the project, which can take several minutes with a large project.
They were split on whether Recompile would compile only changes or the entire program.