- n. The act or process of recompiling.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A new compilation.
“Funnily it does not seem to have bothered him that the recompilation was of a rather lousy quality and done in a forum of not clear origin, with an even less verifiable documentation: not better than your average blog.”
“The screen went black while the recompilation proceeded.”
“Learn how to read list schemas to create dynamic applications that do not require recompilation when a list schema changes.”
“If you provide a component to a third party, then a "breaking change" is a change such that the third party's code compiled correctly with the previous version, but the change causes a recompilation to fail.”
“Below please find a recompilation of ranked Iranian oil destinations (thousand bbls/day) in 2005 (not included is an important Iranian oil buyer, India) :”
“The issue now involves the Association of County Commissions of Alabama that sees contradictory sections of the 2006 election law recompilation.”
“If the Intel Medfield variants are any good and Android phones are built around them, the applications will run without recompilation by the developers.”
“Can "simple" Add-Ins written in the GP 9 environment run without recompilation under GP 2010?”
“Corrected a bug in the Logtalk compiler that forced recompilation of source files when the”
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