Resource Compiler (rcc)
rcc tool is used to embed resources into a Qt application during the build process. It works by generating a C++ source file containing data specified in a Qt resource (.qrc) file.
rcc [options] <inputs>
RCC accepts the following command line options:
|Write output to |
|Create an external initialization function with |
|Specifies a threshold |
|The algorithm to compress files with. Supported algorithms are |
|Compress input files to the given compression |
|Prefix the resource access path with |
|Pass number for big resources|
|Output a binary file for use as a dynamic resource.|
|Display version information.|
|Display usage information.|
|Use temporary <file> for big resources.|
|Turn off namespace macros.|
|Enable verbose mode.|
|Only list .qrc file entries, do not generate code.|
|Only output a mapping of resource paths to file system paths defined in the .qrc file, do not generate code.|
|Write a depfile with the .qrc dependencies to <file>.|
|Output a resource file containing all files from the current directory.|
|The RCC format version to write.|
See also The Qt Resource System for more information about embedding resources in Qt applications.
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