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- (computing, transitive) To retroactively supply a fix, or a new feature, to a previous version of a software product at the same time (or after) supplying it to the current version.
- (computing, video games, transitive) To re-release software on its original or a previous platform with new features, after its release on a different platform.
backport (plural backports)
- (computing) A software program that has been backported.