recompilation

noun re·com·pi·la·tion \ (ˌ)rē-käm-pə-ˈlā-shən also -ˌpī- \
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of recompilation

plural recompilations
: a second or subsequent compilation: as
a : the act or process of compiling something again
  • Aimed at the high-performance computing market, Meiosys' MetaCluster software can move applications between a server or a group of servers and other machines without the need for application modification or recompilation.
  • Network World
b : something that has been recompiled
  • Abbott's recompilation is now known as the "United States Digest, First Series" …
  • —Frederick G. Stutz

First Known Use of recompilation

circa 1793

in the meaning defined above

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