Is there a way to show which version of OpenCore is running?

wild_eep

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While I was upgrading from OC 0.6.0 to O.6.1, a question occurred to me: Is there a tool or CLI command that can tell me which version of OpenCore is running on my system? While I am reasonably sure that I performed the upgrade correctly, I'd be interested to be able to confirm that OC 0.6.1 is actually running. Its nothing critical for me, just a curiosity.
 

RyzeCooker

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I know I'm booting with 0.6.0 (0.6.1 upcoming) but the command burps up

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nvram: Error getting variable - '4D1FDA02-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B30102:opencore-version': (iokit/common) data was not found
Hackintool even says I've booted with 0.0 :) but everything is fine so I'm not worried. Have tried resetting the nvram but no dice. Oh well. Quick edit: this has something to do with the ExposeSensitiveData variable in config.plist - I have apparently set it pretty strict/default.
 
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RyzeCooker

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Screenshot 2020-09-12 at 00.21.29.png

Excuse the potato quality, but I had to film it because these messages don't get stored in the bootlog. It's OpenCore 0.6.1 (Debug Version) and I get these messages. I have googled and checked the docs but can't find what triggers them. This is on my test usb stick, which boots fine however.

edit I clearly need to dig into the sample.plist that came with 0.6.1 some more ;)
 
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