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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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Medical centers across the country have experienced the terrible consequences of losing medical records, including serious financial penalties if the security of their records is breached, and the tedious and very expensive task of recompiling a massive amount of patients' health information.
The solution also allows amendments to be inserted transparently, within minutes and with no recompiling or copying.
RECOMPILING THE BUDGET (IHT/Asahi as translated from the Japanese-language Asahi Shimbun's editorial published Sept.
I have just completed the Lengthy process of recompiling and submitting my portfolio to Nursing Council and felt the need to share my thoughts/concerns about this experience.
Updated features include new code that makes it easier to move the benchmarking setup from one system to another without recompiling. A parallel setup feature makes setup faster on multicore, multithreaded systems than with past systems.
Implementing CIO is fast, and in the case of Micro Focus COBOL and ACUCOBOL the product can be implemented without changing any COBOL code or recompiling programs, the company said.
* Unique time-saving features, such as the ability to test fixes without recompiling, enhance developer productivity and shorten the application development cycle by simplifying the process of debugging complex applications.
In addition, MemoryScape is non-intrusive, so developers can find memory problems without recompiling.
Changes can be made without any alterations to the parts of an application that interface with the data acquisition hardware and related software, other than recompiling them for 64-bit pointers.
The software was very easy to configure and manage, so we didn't have the need for a lot of custom program testing and system recompiling. In addition, Tech Excel was very responsive in making sure we were successful.
Also included is the enhanced EDRE software applications builder, which is said to enable the user to develop an application in one 32-bit Windows OS and then export it to another without recompiling.
By recompiling the code and running on a new platform, organizations can gain more horsepower, realize a higher return on investment (ROI) and achieve better performance.