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Is there a command line switch to use to figure out which version of Resin is running? I need a solution for both Windows and Linux.
(I never changed the folder names to match the version because this causes me other configuration headaches.)
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Tom
 
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I am such a moron, the version number is printed in the stdout file when the Resin starts, d'oh!
 
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