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See also: rebasé
- (dentistry) To replace the base of a denture.
- (computing) To modify core data from which other data is derived in such a way that the final meaning is unchanged.
- (computing, transitive) To change the base address of.
- 2006, Raymond Chen, The Old New Thing:
- When a DLL must be loaded at an address different from its preferred address (because the preferred address is unavailable), the kernel must rebase the DLL, which consists of updating (fixing up) all addresses in the DLL so that they refer to its new location in memory.
- (computing, source control) To integrate changes by appending them to another commit or branch, rather than pulling or merging in changes from a branch.
rebase m (plural rebases)