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[4.6.3 API] Bug in hello.php

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In \applications\core\api\hello.php you have this code:

	public function GETindex()
		return new \IPS\Api\Response( 200, array(
			'communityName'	=> \IPS\Settings::i()->board_name,
			'communityUrl'	=> \IPS\Settings::i()->base_url,
			'ipsApplications'	=> \IPS\Application::load('core')->version,
			'ipsApplications' => array_filter( array_keys( \IPS\Application::applications() ), function( $k ) { return \in_array( $k, \IPS\IPS::$ipsApps ); }  )
			) );

The version line used to have the ipsVersion key, looks like it was overwritten by mistake with ipsApplications:

			'ipsVersion'	=> \IPS\Application::load('core')->version


Edited by teraßyte
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1 minute ago, The Old Man said:

Hi @Stuart Silvester

Can you confirm that this has been fixed in the recent updates, please?

I think I fell foul of this recently whilst experimenting with it from a Wordpress plugin and gave up thinking it was me at fault.

Thank you.

Yes, this is fixed in the latest release.

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