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The Mbed OS version of a program is specified in the link of the Mbed OS repository in the
mbed-os.lib file. So for example, I import mbed-os-example-blinky onto my computer or into the Online Compiler. I look in the
mbed-os.lib file and I see a link to the Mbed OS GitHub repository. The long strand of numbers following the "#" in the URL signifies which version of the Mbed OS repo the program is using. I can then match up that string to a revision number associated with a release tag here: https://github.com/ARMmbed/mbed-os/releases
If you are using the Mbed CLI you can find the version number of the Mbed OS library with the following commands:
cd [Your Project Folder] cd mbed-os git branch
And this should print out the full version number of the Mbed OS library you are using (i.e.
You can also print out the version numbers of your Mbed OS library within your application code by using the following
printf("mbed-os version: %d.%d.%d\tlibrary version: %d\r\n", MBED_MAJOR_VERSION, MBED_MINOR_VERSION, MBED_PATCH_VERSION, MBED_LIBRARY_VERSION);
Please let me know if you have any questions!
- Jenny, team Mbed
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