maybe on the first view you do not see anything interesting.
But concentrate onto the parenthesis behind the version numbers.
There is () or (?) or (+).
This is the result of a new functionality:
Let me explain a bit history. When trying to help with issues, last time it sometimes happened that the user changed a script (and did not tell us!) which then became erroneous. To find that in the log, is a hard job, and in many cases unsuccessful.
That brought me to the idea:
When a project 'owner' uploads a script, he gives a 'stamp' to the script which is unique. Every change of the script can be detected.
Of course, 'changeable' data like interface values, are not included into the stamp.
So, in the log it is easy to be seen when the script has been changed in core areas.
- () > script does not have the stamp
- (+) > script is still original
- (?) > script has been changed.
As understandable, this is a tool exclusive for 'project-owners' to certify their scripts.
I wrote a small console program to 'certify' the script before upload.
It writes something like
Certification=4f912b81727e8e7d8869ac2c1cc8bf83into the [Main] section of the script.
To avoid hacking: This is not MD5
To get it, please PM me.