I’ve added a new feature that makes it easier to choose which version of Device OS you want to use when compiling.
You can now run
po versions to get the list of all Device OS versions.
$ po versions Finding Particle Device OS versions... release/v0.5.3 release/v0.5.3-rc.2 release/v0.5.3-rc.3 release/v0.5.4 release/v0.5.5 release/v0.6.0 release/v0.6.0-rc.2 release/v0.6.1 release/v0.6.1-rc.1 release/v0.6.1-rc.2 release/v0.6.2 release/v0.6.2-rc.1 release/v0.6.2-rc.2 release/v0.6.3 release/v0.6.4 release/v0.7.0 release/v0.7.0-rc.1 release/v0.7.0-rc.2 release/v0.7.0-rc.3 release/v0.7.0-rc.4 release/v0.7.0-rc.6 release/v0.7.0-rc.7 release/v0.8.0-rc.1 release/v0.8.0-rc.2 release/v0.8.0-rc.3 release/v0.8.0-rc.4 release/v0.8.0-rc.5 release/v0.8.0-rc.6 release/v0.8.0-rc.7 release/v0.8.0-rc.8 Use one of these versions with 'po config'
You can then select a version with
$ po config release/v0.8.0-rc.8 $ po update # only necessary if the version has been released sooner than you've updated po
You can get this new feature by updating your po installation:
$ po update