Yeah. It’s a bit weird I just got the latest. I got it again just after posting and it’s now correct. I don’t understand, I guess it’s a "Github Desktop’ thing, although I suspect not. Oh well never mind. All sorted now, thanks for replying.
I ended up with this error today.
I tried updating to the latest version of JUCE and resaving in projucer.
I found a workaround which looks like this
#if defined (JUCE_PROJUCER_VERSION) && JUCE_PROJUCER_VERSION < JUCE_VERSION
/** If you've hit this error then the version of the Projucer that was used to generate this project is
older than the version of the JUCE modules being included. To fix this error, re-save your project
using the latest version of the Projucer or, if you aren't using the Projucer to manage your project,
remove the JUCE_PROJUCER_VERSION define from the AppConfig.h file.
#error "This project was last saved using an outdated version of the Projucer! Re-save this project with the latest version to fix this error."
If you’re updating to the latest JUCE version using git, you’ll need to recompile the Projucer. I’m not sure exactly what problems might be introduced by using mis-matched Projucer/JUCE library versions, but this warning is there for a reason. I don’t think it would be advisable to simply comment out the check…
You know restarting the computer and rebuilding and the error disappeared. I think after downloading the latest version of JUCE I actually had to restart. I tried saving and rebuilding after the download but needed to comment out the code to build. I agree probably not good practice!