The following table describes the featureas available in the module. Similar to other modules, the available features are auto-detected and displayed after the configuration step in the "Configure summary".
|IVI Generator||python3 python3-virtualenv||The IVI Generator provides tooling to generate source code from IDL files. The IVI Generator comes with a set of templates for specific code generation use cases.|
|QtRemoteObjects Support||QtRemoteObjects module||The QtRemoteObjects Support is needed to generate |
The following are additional command-line options to tailor the build system according to your needs:
|--host-tools-only||Only compiles the tools needed on the host to cross-compile for another target. For example, the IVI Generator.|
These command-line options can be passed to qmake using the
QMAKE_EXTRA_ARGS environment variable:
QMAKE_EXTRA_ARGS="--host-tools-only" qmake <qtivi-src>/qtivi.pro
By default, all QtIvi modules are configured to be built, depending on whether all the required dependencies are available for the respective module or not. Similar to other Qt Features, you can request for every module to be built or skip it explicitly using the
--[no-]feature-<modulename> argument, when you invoke
For example, to disable building QtIvi Media:
QMAKE_EXTRA_ARGS="--no-feature-ivimedia" qmake <qtivi-src>/qtivi.pro
Selecting the required module explicitly has the advantage that you can see any errors, at configuration time, if not all dependencies are met.
To build QtIvi modules, run the following commands:
qmake make make install
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