These facilities provide information about which version of Emacs is in use.
This function returns a string describing the version of Emacs that is running. It is useful to include this string in bug reports.(emacs-version) ⇒ "GNU Emacs 23.1 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.14.4) of 2009-06-01 on cyd.mit.edu"
If here is non-
nil, it inserts the text in the buffer before point, and returns
nil. When this function is called interactively, it prints the same information in the echo area, but giving a prefix argument makes here non-
The value of this variable indicates the time at which Emacs was built. It is a list of four integers, like the value of
current-time(see Time of Day).emacs-build-time ⇒ (20614 63694 515336 438000)
The value of this variable is the version of Emacs being run. It is a string such as
"23.1.1". The last number in this string is not really part of the Emacs release version number; it is incremented each time Emacs is built in any given directory. A value with four numeric components, such as
"22.214.171.124", indicates an unreleased test version.
The major version number of Emacs, as an integer. For Emacs version 23.1, the value is 23.