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This template serves as a variable bearing the current version number. The version number is a string, not a figure. Therefore it can be displayes as text and analysed for equality, but it cannot be compared for size.
 
This template serves as a variable bearing the current version number. The version number is a string, not a figure. Therefore it can be displayes as text and analysed for equality, but it cannot be compared for size.

Revision as of 14:08, 5 October 2018

2.4

Application

This template serves as a variable bearing the current version number. The version number is a string, not a figure. Therefore it can be displayes as text and analysed for equality, but it cannot be compared for size.

The value should be adapted, whenever a new version of railML® is published. Please, check in this case, if Template:Version still functions propperly!

Dependencies

This template does not depend on any other templates. It supports Template:Version.

Example

This template is mainly intended to support Template:Version.

Alternatively it can be employed to display the current version number:

The current {{rml}} version is {{current}}

delivers (with the state of June 2016)

The current railML® version is 2.3