CMake Release Candidate Builds Available for Ubuntu

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CMake Release Candidate Builds Available for Ubuntu

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All,

I am pleased to announce that we are now offering Ubuntu builds of the
CMake release candidates, in addition to the production releases. The
first available release candidate build is 3.15.0~rc1-0kitware2.

If you would like to receive release candidate builds, follow the
instructions at https://apt.kitware.com/ to add the release candidate
repository to your installation. (Please note that the release
candidates are optional and opt-in - if you don't explicitly add the
release candidate repository, you will only receive production builds.)

In addition, starting with this release candidate, we are now offering
32-bit builds on Ubuntu. The steps for 32-bit Ubuntu are exactly the
same as 64-bit - just add the repository to your installation and
install it.

Happy coding!

Kyle
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Re: CMake Release Candidate Builds Available for Ubuntu

Andrew Fuller-2
Thanks for the RCs, Kyle (and the rest of the CMake crew).

I tried 3.15~rc1 and it seems to have been built without https support file(DOWNLOAD https://foo/bar) gives a status "1;Unsupported protocol".  This is with version  3.15.0~rc1-0kitware2 amd64 running on Bionic.
Version 3.14.5-0kitware1ubuntu18.04.1 runs just fine out of the box.

Cheers,
-Andrew

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Subject: [CMake] CMake Release Candidate Builds Available for Ubuntu
 
All,

I am pleased to announce that we are now offering Ubuntu builds of the
CMake release candidates, in addition to the production releases. The
first available release candidate build is 3.15.0~rc1-0kitware2.

If you would like to receive release candidate builds, follow the
instructions at https://apt.kitware.com/ to add the release candidate
repository to your installation. (Please note that the release
candidates are optional and opt-in - if you don't explicitly add the
release candidate repository, you will only receive production builds.)

In addition, starting with this release candidate, we are now offering
32-bit builds on Ubuntu. The steps for 32-bit Ubuntu are exactly the
same as 64-bit - just add the repository to your installation and
install it.

Happy coding!

Kyle
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