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Show VASSAL and VASL versions in .vsav or .vlog 3

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ASL
If you're like me, you're playing PBEM games with several opponents, and each may be using different versions of VASSAL and VASL. To avoid incompatibility, here is a small Python (version 3) program to display the versions used in a .vsav or .vlog file so you can use the same versions. It is a command-line utility and takes the filename(s) of the file(s) to report on. If you don't provide an argument, it will print usage instructions. I had to ZIP it to upload it here; you will have to install Python v3 (I'm using 3.10.3) to run it.

Example of use:
Code:
> vaslversions.py Opponent1\file1.vlog Opponent2\file2.vlog Opponent3\file1.vlog
Versions for "Opponent1\file1.vlog"
      VASSAL version 3.5.8
        VASL version 6.6.3

Versions for "Opponent2\file2.vlog"
      VASSAL version 3.5.8
        VASL version 6.6.3

Versions for "Opponent3\file1.vlog"
      VASSAL version 3.6.5
        VASL version 6.6.3.1
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