Thanks, that answers it. I was not looking for a feature per se, was just thinking about installing MRtrix on a new machine for a student to run some tractography and was wondering wheather I had to use the same commit that the preprocessing was done with or if the latest
master would be fine.
However, there was a feature that I had discussed a while back with Rob that made the amp2response faster for HCP data that is on the dev branch (it was taking much too long with the current - or the then current master branch) so I had no option but to use the dev branch for the response function (and carried through to the CSD generation). I am hoping that there wasn’t any major issues there that invalidates the work! (I doubt it though since I had done a few tests before I ran it and the results looked very similar).
This fix is now in the master branch but wasn’t when I was doing my analysis (and it is too big to just redo unless there is an extremely good reason)