If versionless commands are disabled, use
qt6_allow_non_utf8_sources() instead. It supports the same set of arguments as this command.
When building with some compilers for Windows, targets that link to a Qt library will use flags that force the compiler to treat its source files as UTF-8. This is currently implemented for Visual Studio and Intel compilers. You can disable this behavior on a per-target basis by calling
qt_allow_non_utf8_sources() and passing the target as the argument.
See also qt_disable_unicode_defines().
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