Bruce Momjian writes:
> > > That's a good one. There is a data/PG_VERSION file in the install
> > > directory that should contain the version, though there was one release
> > > where we forgot to update that. That may help. I assume you don't have
> > > the source code, because the HISTORY file always has the version at the
> > > top of the file.
> > Yes, that did it! Thanks a lot. (6.1... Not *that* old after all. Or
> > is it?) Perhaps it needs to be added to that question in the FAQ or
> > something.
> Well, now that we have version(), we hope it will be easier for people.
Sure, but the idea is that people want to check out *old* versions of
the software, and version() wans't there always.
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