/* $XTermId: version.h,v 1.468 2019/02/13 02:32:22 tom Exp $ */
* Copyright 1998-2018,2019 by Thomas E. Dickey
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* These definitions are used to build the string that's printed in response to
* "xterm -version", or embedded in "xterm -help". It usually indicates the
* version of X to which this version of xterm has been built. The resulting
* number in parentheses is my patch number (Thomas E. Dickey).
#define XTERM_PATCH 344
#define XTERM_DATE 2019-02-12
#define __vendorversion__ "XTerm"
extern const char *xtermVersion(void);
#endif /* included_version_h */