qt_wrap_ui(<VAR> ui_file1 [ui_file2 ...]
           [OPTIONS ...])


Creates rules for calling the User Interface Compiler (uic) on the given .ui files. For each input file, an header file is generated in the build directory. The paths of the generated header files are added to <VAR>.

Note: This is a low-level macro. See the CMake AUTOUIC Documentation for a more convenient way to process .ui files with uic.

This command was introduced in Qt 5.15. You can use qt5_wrap_ui in older versions of Qt.


You can set additional OPTIONS that should be added to the uic calls. You can find possible options in the uic documentation.


set(SOURCES mainwindow.cpp main.cpp)
qt_wrap_ui(SOURCES mainwindow.ui)
add_executable(myapp ${SOURCES})

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