This is what rational says:
Batch Compiling Scripts and Library Source Files
When you play back a GUI script or VU script, or debug a GUI script, Robot compiles the script if it has been modified since it last ran. You can also compile scripts and SQABasic library source files manually.
To batch compile scripts and library source files:
1. Click File ® Batch Compile.
2. Select an option to filter the type of scripts or files that you want to appear in the Available list: GUI scripts, VU scripts, or SQABasic library source files.
3. Optionally, select List only modules that require compilation to display only those files that have not yet been compiled or that have changed since they were last compiled.
4. Select one or more files in the Available list and click > or >>. Robot compiles the files in the same order in which they appear in the Selected list.
5. Click OK to compile the selected files
During compilation, the Build tab in the Output window displays compilation results and error messages with line numbers for all scripts and library source files.
But, trust me, this does not happen, especially with include files.
The best way to handle this is to have your command line batch file delete the contents of the "win32" directory (containing compiled modules) then run the script - this will force a recompile. let me know if this works for you.
Thanks very much for your reply, but could you please describe little bit more about what shall I do ?
I wanted to use som "xyz.exe" file (where xyz.exe is compiler) with some atributes, for example script name.