Codebase meaning

(1) An implementation of source code for an operating system or application. The term may be used generically to contrast platforms; for example, a Linux codebase vs. a Windows codebase. It may also refer to a different branch or version of the same software, the implication being that the different versions continue to be developed separately for different purposes.
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(computing) A body of sourcecode (possibly auxiliary datafiles) used to create a particular computer program.
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