CMake 3.22.4 available for download

April 12, 2022

We are pleased to announce that CMake 3.22.4 is now available for download.

Please use the latest release from our download page:

Thanks for your support!

Changes made since CMake 3.22.3:

Attila Krasznahorkay (1):
  IRSL: Add paths for Intel oneAPI compilers on Linux

Brad King (20):
  BinUtils: Avoid llvm-mt because it is missing 'mt' features we use
  gitlab-ci: Update Windows builds to MSVC 19.31 toolset
  BinUtils: Restore llvm-ar fallback on Apple platforms
  Utilities/Release: Add "source" stage to Windows docker spec
  AIX: Fix executable ENABLE_EXPORTS in Makefile generators
  gitlab-ci: clarify name of package upload job template
  gitlab-ci: distinguish release and development pipeline schedules
  gitlab-ci: add sanity check to upload jobs
  gitlab-ci: simplify package pipeline job conditions
  gitlab-ci: start release package pipelines manually
  Utilities/Sphinx: Add undocumented option to build docs for
  Utilities/Sphinx: Add option to build outdated version banner for
  Utilities/Sphinx: Add OpenSearch link to html page headers on
  gitlab-ci: consolidate jobs for{master,stage} docs
  gitlab-ci: update documentation in release package pipeline
  gitlab-ci: Add objects.inv to html documentation
  gitlab-ci: Build qthelp-format release documentation for
  Help: Add "Updates" section header in 3.22 release notes
  Utilities/Sphinx: Update qthelp generation to qhelpgenerator
  CMake 3.22.4

Cristian Adam (1):
  PCH: Fix Xcode non-pch language exclusion

Gregor Jasny (1):
  Tests: Ignore all classes in Xcode internal objc warnings

Ken Matsui (1):
  AppleClang: Add C++20 and C++23 flags

Marc Chevrier (1):
  FindPython: fix various problems using pypy interpreters

Marc Jeanmougin (2):
  CPack/NSIS: Fix uninstall command when run from installer
  CPack/NSIS: Add support for unquoted (legacy) uninstaller strings

Michael Hirsch (1):
  FindMatlab: Fix logic error when minimum version is not found

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