(I have huge difficulties expressing this without an example, feel free to edit everything)
I have information that refers to the current version of a software. It might be irrelevant to users of later versions. Or not, I won't update that information. So I would like to say
Don't press 'erase' as it will erase everything
(foo version xy)
In German we have a neat way of writing that mostly used for dates but also applicable for version numbers:
Kaffemaschine kann nur eine Tasse auf einmal füllen
(Stand 3.05.2013) <-Information might be outdated if much time has passed
Is there a common way of expressing that in English?
My best shot is 'as of dd.mm.yyyy'
But don't want to express that information is valid from now on,
I want to say that information is valid at least at that mark