CMake 3.29.1 available for download

April 3, 2024

We are pleased to announce that CMake 3.29.1 is now available for download.

Please use the latest release from our download page:

See also the release notes and release milestone

Thanks for your support!

Changes made since CMake 3.29.0:

Ben Boeckel (2):
  ExternalProject: add an example of `LIST_SEPARATOR` usage
  ExternalProject: reword `LIST_SEPARATOR` to indicate what it *does*

Brad King (11):
  IntelLLVM: Revert accidental use of -external:I with Fortran compilers
  libuv: Avoid posix_spawn on macOS < 10.8
  FindPkgConfig: Avoid finding Strawberry Perl's pkg-config
  libuv: process: de-duplicate conditions for using kqueue
  libuv: darwin: group kqueue-specific definitions together
  libuv: macos: use posix poll instead of kqueue
  FindMPI: Fix finding IntelLLVM wrappers on Windows
  ctest: Restore enforcement of RESOURCE_LOCK test property
  ARTOS: Add support for finding library files named with 'lib' prefix
  IntelLLVM: Fix link flags with Visual Studio generators
  CMake 3.29.1

Charlotte Koch (1):
  cmSystemTools: Fix compilation on DragonFly BSD

Craig Scott (8):
  Help: Remove stray formatting for try_compile() LINKER_LANGUAGE keyword
  try_compile(): Include languages with _ or - when passing linker vars
  Help: Grammar, typos and wording improvements for linker variables
  Help: Add custom linker example for CMAKE_<LANG>_USING_LINKER_<TYPE>
  Help: CMAKE_<LANG>_USING_LINKER_<TYPE> can be a list of flags
  Help: Restructure and improve LINKER_TYPE docs
  CMakePackageConfigHelpers: Remove unused variable
  CMakePackageConfigHelpers: Use unique variable name for pkg prefix

Evan Wilde (1):
  Swift: Add CMAKE_LINKER_TYPE support

FeRD (Frank Dana) (1):
  Help: Fix location of install() note about superseded commands

scivision (2):
  FindMatlab: R2024a version map
  Help: emphasize need for VS Integrations with oneAPI Fortran

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