I installed Drupal a couple of years ago, and really don't remember what version it was. So I never know where to look in the upgrade instructions. What's the first thing to do to find out?

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cog.rusty’s picture

Take a look at your CHANGELOG.txt file.

rickl’s picture

Thanks!

daniel.hunt’s picture

There really should be a much (MUCH) easier way to do it than this. It should be on the admin page somewhere.

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krisvannest’s picture

see also http://drupal.org/project/systeminfo; shows info right from w/in Drupal admin and gives nice format like:

Drupal
Version 4.7.0
Sites directory default
...
Database prefix
Web Server
Type Apache
Version 1.3.37
PHP Interface CGI
PHP
Version 4.4.4
...

daniel.hunt’s picture

My point is that this should not be a non-core module.

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cog.rusty’s picture

Yes, this information in one place could be handy for technical assistance. Would save time. Although it would be eyed suspiciously during every cruft purge in core.

AdrianB’s picture

It seems like Drupal 5 has that:

"If it's available, go to administer >> logs >> status report. This will list your version number if you have Drupal 5.0 and above."

http://drupal.org/handbook/version-info