Warning: This CMake command is deprecated since 2.4, consider using QmlFiles.files instead.
Adds QML source files to a target.
qul_target_qml_sources(<target> src_file1 [src_file2 ...] [OUTPUT_DIRECTORY <directory>] [MODULE_URI <uri>] [COPY_QML_FILES])
Creates rules for calling the QML to C++ compiler (qmltocpp) on the given source
.qml files. For each input file, an output file is generated in a subfolder under the build directory. These generated files are listed as source files of the target.
qul_target_qml_sources must be used in the same directory scope as the qul_add_target.
You can set the
OUTPUT_DIRECTORY explicitly to control where the generated files are placed. If the path is relative, it is relative to the current build directory.
When building a library that provides a QML module, use the optional
MODULE_URI parameter to ensure that the generated sources use the appropriate namespace. The uri is a normal dot-separated QML import uri.
COPY_QML_FILES flag for the source
.qml files to be copied next to the generated files. This can be useful for building QML modules.
qul_target_qml_sources(example_app Example.qml MyButton.qml)
qul_target_qml_sources(example_lib IndicatorBase.qml Style.qml MODULE_URI MyModule.Indicators OUTPUT_DIRECTORY MyModule/Indicators COPY_QML_FILES)
This command was introduced in Qt Quick Ultralite 1.0.
See also qmltocpp.
Available under certain Qt licenses.
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