[texworks] SCRIPTING: TW.app.applicationVersion
Paul A Norman
paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Tue Jan 4 09:03:41 CET 2011
On 4 January 2011 19:31, Stefan Löffler <st.loeffler at gmail.com> wrote:
>> There is another blank one TW.version;
> Odd, I don't see this.
Apologies, it is top level, try
TW.information(null, "Version of Application", version());
QtScript version perhaps?
>> When in Script writing we write
>> //Version: 0.3
>> Will the scripting engine be testing for this and refusing to run the
>> script if the applications actual revision number is too low?
>> Could this provide an initial basis for testing for feature sets in
>> scripts perhaps?
>> In that the script writer would be nominating the lowest acceptable
>> version number needed to run the script - is that the intention of
>> //Version: 0.3 at all?
> No, but this is a common misunderstanding (that I've fallen victim to
> myself in the past ;)).
> The version header is just for informational purposes, and marks the
> version of the script.
Hard case! - thanks for clearing that up I'll write it up later.
> Yeah. As I wrote above, this is the version of the script, not of Tw
> (otherwise we would probably have called it something like
> "RequiredTwVersion" or ).
... uhm - Now that does sound interesting, especially if actually
tied into with
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