Stat file: OPAL version at the end of the header
In ROGER, we search for "OPAL " that is written at the end of the header in order to parse the stat file. So, ROGER expects something like:
&data mode=ascii, no_row_counts=1 &end 8 OPAL 1.5.00.1 git rev. 2a9d889cc345b2130f9d7171dae4ba915805cf07
With the new OPAL module (OPAL/1.5.1-20170217), this is the string stored in the stat file
&data mode=ascii, no_row_counts=1 &end 8 IPPL 1.1.4 git rev.
ROGER returns an error and it does not read properly the stat file.