Make platform information files specific to the CMake version
At the top of a build tree we configure inside the CMakeFiles directory files such as "CMakeSystem.cmake" and "CMake<lang>Compiler.cmake" to save information detected about the system and compilers in use. The method of detection and the exact results store varies across CMake versions as things improve. This leads to problems when loading files configured by a different version of CMake. Previously we ignored such existing files only if the major.minor part of the CMake version component changed, and depended on the CMakeCache.txt to tell us the last version of CMake that wrote the files. This led to problems if the user deletes the CMakeCache.txt or we add required information to the files in a patch-level release of CMake (still a "feature point" release by modern CMake versioning convention). Ensure that we always have version-consistent platform information files by storing them in a subdirectory named with the CMake version. Every version of CMake will do its own system and compiler identification checks even when a build tree has already been configured by another version of CMake. Stored results will not clobber those from other versions of CMake which may be run again on the same tree in the future. Loaded results will match what the system and language modules expect. Rename the undocumented variable CMAKE_PLATFORM_ROOT_BIN to CMAKE_PLATFORM_INFO_DIR to clarify its purpose. The new variable points at the version-specific directory while the old variable did not.
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