What would be the Castilianization of the term build in programming? As far as I know, it is used when a compiler compiles something, but it is not the same, because when you work with an assembler and assemble something, it is also called build . Maybe I am not understanding the true meaning of this expression. How would it translate? I don't think it's build .
The "build", either by compiling resources, or by assembling, refers to gathering all the resources of the project and "mounting" (building) a single file, or at least the files essential for execution.
I think the most normal thing is to translate it as "compile", but "assemble" or "build" would also be correct. I think the term most used today is "compile" because very few people program in assembler anymore.