In this post: Problem building 5.34.34 with VS12
I find: [quote]One difference is the version of CMake (3.2.2). But be careful, I know that some of the latest versions of CMake have problems too…[/quote]
In another posts in the same thread (mentioned above), at least two CMake versions are claimed to be broken: 3.1.2 and 3.4.3 (is it “Windows” / “Visual Studio 12” specific? maybe not, see also this problem report: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=21993&p=96391#p96391).
So, could you, please, list CMake versions which are known to work well.
Also, could you, please, list CMake versions which are known to “have problems”.
Are these two lists somehow “operating system” specific?
As of today (2016.04.07), the “Latest Release” is 3.5.1 and the “Previous Release” is 3.4.3.
“Older Releases” are 3.5.0, 3.4., 3.3. (well, older releases are not really interesting -> for example the newest Geant 4 needs at least CMake 3.3).
P.S. For some reasons, I need to know if CMake 3.5.0 is fine or not, especially on SL© 6 and another Linux systems (or is an upgrade to 3.5.1 “mandatory”?).
Warning: as of today (2016.10.15), ROOT 6.06 and older require CMake 2.8.8 or newer, while ROOT 6.08 and newer require CMake 3.4.3 or newer (see the “cmake_minimum_required” setting in the “interpreter/llvm/src/CMakeLists.txt” file).