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2010-12-15 19:09:55 +0100 asked a question `sage -upgrade` downgrades from 4.6 to 4.6.rc0

I tried to run sage -upgrade from a built-from-source installation of 4.6. Nothing seemed to happen, but now when I run sage, I get a warning telling me I'm running an unstable prerelease version, and the header says "Sage Version 4.6.rc0"! I checked $SAGE_ROOT/devel/sage/sage/version.py, and in that file the version is duly listed as 4.6. Any idea what's going on?

-EDIT- The files at $SAGE_ROOT/local/bin were marked as parented to the 4.6.rc0 revision of the hg repository for some reason. Thus $SAGE_ROOT/local/bin/sage-banner had been replaced with the 4.6.rc0 banner. I had committed a revision to 4.6 before running sage -upgrade, so this may have somehow been responsible. Still, I'd appreciate it if someone else could test this.