> For me, that now starts R 4.2.0 on WIndows.
> However, given the fragility of regexps, does anyone (Martin?) know why
> the ucrt now appears in versions on Windows, and whether that was
> deliberate?  ESS might well be the only program that machine reads that
> date, but still we should try to future-proof this or find out if it was
> a bug that crept in.  It looks odd to me, since UCRT seems to be short
> form for 'Universal C Runtime'.

Reading R news shows the switch to UCRT  as the new C runtime on
windows.  So it is probably a deliberate addition into the version

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