cleos version client returns a foreign language to me.

Build version: 59626f1e

Is there a way I can ascertain what version I'm on from that? Is there another way of doing it besides that?

  • Luckily now it gives an actual version number. – rtfminc May 26 at 3:54

The cleos version client does returned the version. However, it is the build version.

To translate into human readable version, you can check https://github.com/EOSIO/eos/tags and search for the build version. Then you can find the version as v1.4.4.

The 59626f1e you got is the first 8 digit hash of the last git commit used to build cleos. Which can be considered as id of that commit. The code can be found at https://github.com/EOSIO/eos/tree/59626f1e .

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