How to build boot2docker.iso from source?

I’m trying to setup Docker on OSX not using the OSX App or Vagrant. I noticed boot2docker now supports the VMWare Guest Additions to mount directories. However the latest version including these changes hasn’t been released yet. So how do I build a new boot2docker.iso file from the GitHub repository?

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    Version 1.3.0 and up, which supports the extensions and also mounting host volumes, has been released in the meantime (a litte over a day after your question).

    It is available here:

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