CMake 3.14.5 available for download

May 31, 2019

We are pleased to announce that CMake 3.14.5 is now available for download.

The Visual Studio 2019 16.1 update introduced a regression in MSBuild’s evaluation of custom command dependencies causing them to re-run on every build. CMake 3.14.5 includes a workaround, for more details on the issue see:

Please use the latest release from our download page:

Thanks for your support!

Changes in 3.14.5 since 3.14.4:
Alex Turbov (1):
  FindBoost: Add compiler features for Boost Contract library

Brad King (5):
  libarchive: avoid b64_encode name conflict with Solaris built-in function
  FindThreads: Drop incorrect docs about usage with C++
  Do not exclude include directories made implicit by CPATH
  VS: Isolate custom command input/output generation scopes
  CMake 3.14.5

Frans van Dorsselaer (2):
  VS: Clarify name of custom commands AdditionalInputs variable
  VS: De-duplicate custom command dependencies

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