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Where does the kitchen put the final ROM files??

Where does the Kitchen BuildOS tool put the final ROM images? I can't seem to find them after the fact. I see a project text file but that's it. I'd like to SAVE my finished ROM's in a good location in case I ever need it again or if someone else requires it.
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Re: Where does the kitchen put the final ROM files??

Thanks. But I only see one version (the last one created) so it doesn't keep versions, only the last one? It means I have to manually move them out each time I compile a new one? I could do that.
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Re: Where does the kitchen put the final ROM files??

yep. thats what you need to do. i just compress them and name them accordingly.
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Re: Where does the kitchen put the final ROM files??

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Thanks. But I only see one version (the last one created) so it doesn't keep versions, only the last one? It means I have to manually move them out each time I compile a new one? I could do that.
Thanks again.
Alternatively, you can get one apache for each rom you want to save
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