[pmwiki-users] Version of PM

Russ pmwiki at russhosting.com
Mon Feb 1 09:41:57 CST 2010

Simply place {$Version} on a page and it will display the current version.

Upgrading would be a personal preference ... I have many sites running 
older versions (some older than 4 years), unless you're application is 
running into a bug that has been fixed, there is an important security 
patch, or there is a new  feature that you require, there is no reason 
to upgrade.  That said, as long as you don't modify anything in the 
/scripts and /wikilib.d directories (or the pmwiki.php file), upgrades 
should be very quick and simple.  You can always read the Release Notes 
(http://pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/ReleaseNotes) and Change Log 
(http://pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/ChangeLog) to see what's new, and whether 
you want/need to upgrade.


Russ J.

Mark Trumpold wrote:
> Hi All
> I have been out of practise so I will have bunch of simple questions. Sorry.
> How do I find out which version of PM I am running?
> Is it recommended too upgrade to the latest?
> Cheers
> M
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