You are right, 'About' window did not change because it shows LogMeTT Release number, not a Build number. Within the same release there can be several builds. Release number increases if any significant change is done to the program (new feature added, or major bug fixed). In this particular case I literally replaced 1 string constant value from "Teraterm" to "Tera Term", so there was not reason to call it new Release.
I am "old school" developer and memory footprint of my applications still matters to me. When running in background LogMeTT in average only occupies between 400 KB and 700 KB of RAM. To achieve such a small footprint I had to use separate executable files calling each other instead of DLLs. LogMeTT package contains 4 such files. Their names and functions are:
- LogMeTT.exe - LogMeTT application that is presented by the icon in Windows system tray area.
- LogMeTTc.exe - LogMeTT Configuration utility. This application creates and modifies .LTT files used by LogMeTT.exe for building Popup menu. LogMeTTc.exe is the extension of LogMeTT.exe and cannot be used separately.
- LogMeTTi.exe - Utility that shows network adapter details. LogMeTTi.exe is the extension of LogMeTT.exe and cannot be used separately.
- LogMeTTv.exe - LogMeTT new version checking utility. This application connects to LogMeTT.com web site to retrieve and display the latest change logs and version numbers of Tera Term, LogMeTT and TTLEditor. LogMeTTv.exe is the extension of LogMeTT.exe and cannot be used separately.
In this last build I modified only LogMeTT.exe file. Build numbers of other 3 files remained at 6 and the "official" date when version 2.10 Release 3 was published did not change.
To see the build number of particular executable you can right click on it and under Properties got to Details tab. Below is the snapshot for the latest LogMeTT.exe build.
I hope this answers your question.