> I'm looking for a term to describe the opposite of "Retro Fit".
>
> Retro fit means moving code developed for release X into X - 1.
>
> What term would you use to describe developing code in
> release X and moving
> it into X + 1?

Upgrading.  Indeed, we would tend to call the first one downgrading.  Or
(re-)applying.  Or reimplementing.

Cheers,

Martin.

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