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User & Date: tangent 2019-03-02 17:13:19
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2019-03-11
00:56
Checkin [a96f0c5f20] missed a location where the old, incorrect "MQO" operator definition in the OS/8 CC8's code generator wasn't changed to the corrected mnemonic, MQA. Bug reported by Ian Schofield. check-in: 9074f0ba54 user: tangent tags: trunk
2019-03-02
17:13
Added a named anchor to a document check-in: 97ee3f6977 user: tangent tags: trunk
2019-02-20
12:13
Comment improvement check-in: 4693b7fe41 user: tangent tags: trunk
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The zip and tarball links on the front page produce files named after
the date of the release. Those dates need to be updated immediately
after tagging the release, since they point at the "release" tag applied
by the previous step, so they begin shipping the new release immediately
after tagging it.


## Produce the Normal Binary OS Image

Start with the latest version of [Raspbian Lite][os] on a multi-core
Raspberry Pi.

1.  If the version of the base OS has changed since the last binary OS
    image was created, download the new one.








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The zip and tarball links on the front page produce files named after
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by the previous step, so they begin shipping the new release immediately
after tagging it.


## <a id="bosi"></a>Produce the Normal Binary OS Image

Start with the latest version of [Raspbian Lite][os] on a multi-core
Raspberry Pi.

1.  If the version of the base OS has changed since the last binary OS
    image was created, download the new one.