Definition of recompilation in US English:

recompilation

noun

Computing
  • See recompile

    • ‘Another feature allows the application being debugged to skip recompilation; simply preload the library.’
    • ‘Generally, applications are optimised to run on a particular platform; so it is feasible that recompilation could result in a hit on performance.’
    • ‘It allows these applications to run, without recompilation, under a 64-bit operating system in long mode.’
    • ‘This is done without requiring any recompilation of user applications.’
    • ‘At the same time, it requires recompilation every time you change the included feature set; there is no notion of dynamically adding or deleting modules from the system.’

Pronunciation

recompilation

/ˌrēkämpəˈlāSHən/