Hi, folks;
   I went ahead and did this manually, but I was wondering if there is a
programmatic way to do this? I'm working to reduce the number of manual
tasks in our release process. I apologize if there's an obvious answer that
I've missed, which always seems to be the case with these tools :-)

Daniel Ruggeri

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> Add 2.4.32 to release dist
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