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How to change version of compiled engine?

I first downloaded Unreal Engine sources when it had version 4.2.1 and I got two new versions since that time. However, the Launcher still tells me that I have only installed 4.2.1 even though it's actually 4.4

I didn't download the engine from the Launcher, I use the source code instead. How do I change the version of my own engine build?

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asked Aug 17 '14 at 09:28 AM in Using UE4

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This old question was related to the old launcher that showed source builds in the library. This issue doesn't exist anymore so I am marking this as solved.

Just to decrease the number of unanswered questions :)

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answered Feb 19 '16 at 11:27 AM

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