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Getting the CakePHP Version in Your Code
Posted on 05/14/2009 at 10:57 am by Kevin Wentworth
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I was sick and tired of having to FTP into my accounts and view the VERSION.txt file that comes with the Cake core to figure out what version of Cake I was running. I did a quick search but wasn't finding anything. I was about to dig in and hack something together, but tried the CakePHP API as a last resort. Bingo!
To find out what CakePHP version you are running on, use the following command:
A string of the version will be returned. Simple, huh? Dare I say, easy as cake?