On this page, it says "The latest release of Audacity 1.3.7 IS (Beta)", which indicate the latest version.
Now view the source code of the page:
In Firefox: Menu View> Page Source
In Internet Explorer: Menu Page> View Source
Use the search function (Edit menu> Find) to search this string:
The latest release of Audacity is
Now, use the features of the RegExp to specify the search in the source code of the URL of the version.
Recurring examples: ([.0-9]+) Is used to capture the version number. This number may contain digits and the dot (.). ([.0-9]+ [a-z]+) is used to capture the version if it contains alphabetic characters (eg beta).
.*? lets say "all characters are allowed here"
In our example, the RegExp is the following:
#The latest release of Audacity is.*?([.0-9]+ [a-z]+)</a>. Because#s
The # #s is mandantory.
The latest release of Audacity is.*? and </a>. Because. are delimiting the part where the release is sought
[.0-9] [A-z] characters are captured
By clicking the [Test] button, you should have the latest software:
A result inconsistent with the version you have entered in the version field generates an alert to contributors
If you have this:
this means that no results were found. Recheck RegExp
If you get a table (array) with multiple results, then you need to further refine the search.
You can also perform a manual update for any of the software present in the download section.
Open the targeted software page, in our example we will make an update for DiskDigger.
The version available on CCM is 0.8.3.
The actual latest version available is 18.104.22.1681
Click on the Edit button.
Executable File Name
Platform-Operating system (if new ones are supported by the latest version of the software).
License type (if needed)
In the text area, you can add the new features available and the date for the modification made.