qt_generate_moc(src_file dest_file [TARGET target])
Creates a rule to call the Meta-Object Compiler (moc) on
src_file and store the output in
Note: This is a low-level macro. See the CMake AUTOMOC Documentation for a more convenient way to let source files be processed with
moc. qt5_wrap_cpp is also similar, but automatically generates a temporary file path for you.
This command was introduced in Qt 5.15. You can use qt5_generate_moc in older versions of Qt.
You can set an explicit
TARGET. This will make sure that the target properties
COMPILE_DEFINITIONS are also used when scanning the source files with
qt_generate_moc(main.cpp main.moc TARGET myapp)
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