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I think what George is asking for (and I do the same thing) would
be to include the version in the filename (for example ACLog6.7,
FIELDDAY6.2). Don't know how much extra work that would be.
That makes it a simple task to compare the downloaded version with
that listed on the website as I don't always download a new
version if the contest is still some time away, but always check
right before I get set up for it.
On 20/12/04 07:13, Scott Davis via
Thanks for your e-mail. The easiest approach is to join my
Announcement Only e-mail group, so you are alerted to all new
releases (as you are here as well).
Even without that, there is no need to download the
software to check the current version. The current version is
already displayed at the top of each download page:
As well as on the complete list of all programs here:
Finally, you will find the version number along with each
program's revision summary:
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and general logging software since 1997.
From: WB5JJJ - George <wb5jjj@...>
Sent: Fri, Dec 4, 2020 12:04 am
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Question for Scott
I spend a lot of time checking your site for the latest
versions only to find out that I already have that file on
my NAS. Lately, I've been adding the version number to
these files myself to save the download. I don't usually
keep all the programs installed on my computer at once.
Can I ask if you can put the version number along with the
file name, so I can compare what I have with what is on
your site without having to install/run the program?
George - WB5JJJ
Hamshack Holine #4969