Since the QtInterfaceFramework module uses the same Configure System as the rest of Qt, you can do build-time configuration and enable only the features that you need.
The following table describes the features available in the module. Similar to other modules, the available features are auto-detected and displayed after the configuration step in the "Configure summary".
|Interface Framework Generator||python3 python3-virtualenv||The Interface Framework Generator provides tooling to generate source code from Interface Definition Language (IDL) files. The Interface Framework Generator comes with a set of templates for specific code generation use cases.|
|QtRemoteObjects Support||QtRemoteObjects module||The QtRemoteObjects Support is needed to generate |
General Build Process
To build QtInterfaceFramework modules, run the following commands:
mkdir <builddir> && cd <builddir> && cmake <srcdir> <options> && cmake --build . && cmake --install .
mkdir <builddir> && cd <builddir> && <qtbase>/bin/qt-configure-module <srcdir> <options> && cmake --build . && cmake --install .
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