▄ Compile│Make (F9)
The Make command makes an .EXE file.
These are the rules governing which files and units are recompiled:
file, that file is compiled; otherwise,
the last file loaded into the editor is
Borland Pascal checks all files that the file
being compiled depends on.
■ If the source file for a given unit has
been modified since the .TPU (object code)
file was created, that unit is recompiled.
■ If the interface for a given unit has been
changed, all other units that depend upon
it are recompiled.
■ If a unit links in an .OBJ file (external
routines), and the .OBJ file is newer than
the unit's .TPU file, the unit is
■ If a unit includes an Include file and the
Include file is newer than that unit's .TPU
file, the unit is recompiled.
This option is identical to Compile│, except that it is conditional.
(Build rebuilds all files, regardless of whether they're out of date).