Version 2.4.4 of CMake, the cross-platform build tool used for KDE 4 and widely used in Qt projects such as Scribus, has been released. Changes affecting Qt developers include:
- Finding both Qt 3 and 4 better, including using qmake and qmake-qt4 (as qmake is commonly called on Linux distro versions of Qt 4) on the same machine
- Many fixes for finding KDE 3
- UseQt4 works with static Qt 4 and other files
- Add depends from files inside qrc files in qt
Other changes include support for Python 2.5 and QNX, better finding for Java and Ruby and CPack bundled as standard; full changelog here. Downloads (Windows installer, Mac OS X universal binary, varous Unix and Linux binaries and source in Windows and Unix linefeed forms) here.