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get corona version used in previous build?
Started by apps638 Oct 04 2019 05:07 PM

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Best Answer Rob Miracle , 04 October 2019 - 06:03 PM

When you run your app, we output a message to the console log: 

Oct 04 03:56:33.797 Platform: SM-G900S / x86_64 / 10.14.6 / AMD Radeon Pro 560X OpenGL Engine / 2.1 ATI-2.11.20 / 2019.3530 / en-US | US | en_US | en
Oct 04 04:30:25.776 Copyright (C) 2009-2019  C o r o n a   L a b s   I n c .
                    	Version: 3.0.0
                    	Build: 2019.3530

The build is in both the first line and the last line. Now I snagged this from the simulator, but it will be present in the iOS console log. You will need to tether the device and use Xcode's Devices and Simulators and then view the console log. 

 

Later versions of Xcode's console logging puts multi-line prints on one line in the console log and you have to expand it, so don't be surprised if this is all on one line in Xcode.

 

Rob

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I’ve been searching for an answer but no luck. Does anyone know how to retrieve the version of Corona used in a previous iOS build? For example, if I search the archive, would it contain that info somewhere? Or perhaps in XCode logs somewhere?

Thanks in advance!

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  Best Answer

When you run your app, we output a message to the console log: 

Oct 04 03:56:33.797 Platform: SM-G900S / x86_64 / 10.14.6 / AMD Radeon Pro 560X OpenGL Engine / 2.1 ATI-2.11.20 / 2019.3530 / en-US | US | en_US | en
Oct 04 04:30:25.776 Copyright (C) 2009-2019  C o r o n a   L a b s   I n c .
                    	Version: 3.0.0
                    	Build: 2019.3530

The build is in both the first line and the last line. Now I snagged this from the simulator, but it will be present in the iOS console log. You will need to tether the device and use Xcode's Devices and Simulators and then view the console log. 

 

Later versions of Xcode's console logging puts multi-line prints on one line in the console log and you have to expand it, so don't be surprised if this is all on one line in Xcode.

 

Rob


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This is perfect. Thanks Rob!


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