verbverb: revamp; 3rd person present: revamps; past tense: revamped; past participle: revamped; gerund or present participle: revampingrēˈvamp/
- 1.give new and improved form, structure, or appearance to.“an attempt to revamp the museum’s image”
synonyms: renovate, redecorate, refurbish, recondition, rehabilitate, overhaul, make over; More
nounnoun: revamp; plural noun: revampsˈrēˌvamp/
- 1.an act of improving the form, structure, or appearance of something.
- a new and improved version.“the show was a revamp of an old idea”
So, quite simply its the PROJEX4I way of picking up some code and cleaning it, tidying it, modernizing it, giving it some spit and polish.