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  1. Hi All, I've been reading about the Arduino IDE on the web, particularly this article https://www.arduino.cc/en/Hacking/BuildProcess In the section "Build process" I found that the Arduino IDE puts the files generated from the sketches in a temporary folder \Documents and Settings\<USER>\Local Settings\Temp (on Windows) /tmp (on Mac and Linux) Since I am working on a non-gadget factory board (The Pipistrello 2.0) I have some special operations I need to do every once in a while which requires a copy of the output .bin file with the whole sketch. Wouldn't it be nice to have the compiler output files and binaries in a sub-directory of the designlab sketch file, like ./build or similar so that we don't have to cruise around the filesystem to find the binaries? I can imagine that one time or another you actually want to save the exact binary you programmed your device with and then it would simply be a matter of tarballing or zipping the folder? Best Regards Kalle Kempe