function is used to get information about the version of CSPro you are using, as well as other functionality. It is used mostly for troubleshooting.
The function takes a string expression parameter and then optional string arguments that determine what it returns. If called without a parameter, the function will return all of the no-argument diagnostic parameters. The parameters are:
|version||The currently running CSPro version (7.2).|
|version_detailed||The currently running CSPro version (7.2.0).|
|releasedate||The date that this version of CSPro was released (in YYYYMMDD format).|
|beta||Whether the current CSPro version is a beta version (1 if true, 0 if false).|
|serializer||The version of a .pen file that would be created with the current version of CSPro.|
|md5||File name||The MD5 hash value of the file.|
The function returns a string containing the diagnostic information. If the parameter is invalid, then the function returns a blank string.
) <> "7.2" then
("This application has not been tested with this version of CSPro. Things may behave differently than expected."