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Added a beta release binary file 20181007.

Copied stepper module fixes from UM3 / Open source Marlin project. These fixes solve the problem where during fast movements you sometimes heard a loud tick sound like some mechanical hiccup was occurring.
- Fix: the multiply routine could have an overflow, solved by adding a 24x32-bit routine
- Fix: ensure the stepper interrupt triggers immediately again when it takes too long.

Improve material import:
- Fix: a material name length of 8 (or more) would crash the printer. Now consistently allow a length of 8 characters everywhere.
- Fix: illegal values for the material retraction-length and retraction-speed are now set to default values.
- Change: Improve error handling for very large positive or negative numbers.

Other changes:
- New: added Tough PLA (TPLA) material profile.
- Fix: retract at end of print. Contributed by TinkerGnome.
- Fix: another bug with retraction at end of print. If we were already retracted (G10), then we were retracting too much.
- Fix: M117 was missing a character when printing via USB. Cherry-picked from UMO repository. Contributed by AmedeeBulle
- Change: Changing material during a print is made 15 to 30 seconds faster by removing an unneeded filament heat-up (the filament is already hot).
- Returning from the preset menu did not set focus on the preset menu (1 off)
- Some trivial beautifications.
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ckielstra committed Oct 7, 2018
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replied Nov 13, 2018

Rather then adding hex files to the commits and putting release notes in commit messages; use the git 'release' flow? https://blog.github.com/2013-07-02-release-your-software/ as the binaries with changelog will show up under 'releases' in the github section. :) (Which surely can also be automated via the API)

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replied Nov 14, 2018

Adding a binary like this is better than having nothing. Until somebody (@oliv3r we need you!) makes it in the "proper" way.

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replied Nov 14, 2018

That's why I added the link on how to do it :) I'm still with you guys in thought :D

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