Picroft does not update version file?

at the start Picroft shows

> pi@picroft:~ $ ./auto_run.sh
> 
> ***********************************************************************
> ** Picroft development image, ver 0.9.1
> ***********************************************************************

but apt shows difference

pi@picroft:~ $ sudo apt show mycroft-core
Package: mycroft-core
Version: 0.9.10
Depends: perl, dnsmasq, avrdude, jq, portaudio19-dev, libglib2.0-0, flac, mpg123, mimic (>=1.2.0.2), pulseaudio, git, locate, python-dev, libjpeg-dev, libfann-dev (>= 2.2.0), packagekit
Replaces: mycroft-core, msm
Maintainer: Mycroft AI dev@mycroft.ai
Priority: optional
Section: base
Download-Size: 45,8 MB
Installed-Size: sconosciuto
APT-Manual-Installed: yes
APT-Sources: http://repo.mycroft.ai/repos/apt/debian/ debian/main armhf Packages
Description: mycroft-core

is missing a script that updates the file in pi home folder ?

-rwxr-xr-x 1 pi pi 6 ott 19 22:29 version

No, the update.sh does copy the version from github alright.
It just has not been updated there in some time.

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Thanks for flagging this, I will flag this internally and get it fixed.
Best, Kathy

That version isn’t the same as the version of mycroft-core. The scripts that define “Picroft” haven’t changed in months, so that is why it was still at 0.9.1.

This seems to be a point of confusion, so I’ll look at refining the terminology when I update Picroft this week to deal with the wifi-setup changes.

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