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The software development typically includes activities such as compiling source code into binary code, executing tests, packaging binary code into archives, and deploying archives to production systems. A build is a term that refers to compiled code packaged and deployed on production. A build is a technical term for a deliverable. Deliverable is the set of executable code expected by the stakeholders. The process through which a build has to go to become the deliverable is called a build process. Thus a build process, in general, is comprised of compilation, testing, packaging, and deployment.
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