[ANNOUNCE] CMake 3.10.1 available for download

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[ANNOUNCE] CMake 3.10.1 available for download

Robert Maynard
We are pleased to announce that CMake 3.10.1 is now available for download.

Please use the latest release from our download page:
  https://cmake.org/download/

Thanks for your support!

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Changes in 3.10.1 since 3.10.0:

Adam Ciarciński (1):
      bootstrap: Check support for unordered_map from compiler mode

Alexander Wittig (1):
      CPack: Fix macOS PKG component dependency information

Brad King (3):
      CUDA: Treat /usr/include as an implicit include directory
      server: Revert "Report backtraces in codemodel response"
      CMake 3.10.1

Christian Pfeiffer (4):
      FindMPI: Correct legacy variable handling
      FindMPI: Fix multiple configure runs
      FindMPI: Fix various legacy problems
      IRSL: Fix MSVC variable deferencing

Islam Amer (1):
      IAR: FindBinUtils should work for CXX as well as C

Matthew Woehlke (4):
      GoogleTest: Fix multiple discovery on same target
      GoogleTest: Improve gtest_discover_tests messages
      GoogleTest: Add timeout to discovery
      GoogleTest: Add test for missing test executable

Robert Maynard (1):
      CUDA: Shared libraries on Darwin properly setup @rpath install_names

Sebastian Holtermann (2):
      Autogen: Fix for AUTOMOC on macOS frameworks in CMake 3.10
      Autogen: Tests: Add test for MacOS frameworks

İsmail Dönmez (1):
      Clang: Do not mistake clang-cl 6.0 for GNU-like clang
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