|QMAKE(1)||General Commands Manual||QMAKE(1)|
qmake - cross-platform makefile generator for Qt
qmake [mode] [options] [files]
QMake has two modes, one mode for generating project files based on some heuristics, and the other for generating makefiles. Normally you shouldn't need to specify a mode, as makefile generation is the default mode for qmake, but you may use this to test qmake on an existing project.
- Put qmake into project file generation mode. In this mode qmake interprets files as files to be built, defaults to *.c; *.ui; *.y; *.l; *.ts; *.xlf; *.qrc; *.h; *.hpp; *.hh; *.hxx; *.H; *.cpp; *.cc; *.cxx; *.C.
- Put qmake into makefile generation mode (default). In this mode qmake interprets files as project files to be processed, if skipped qmake will try to find a project file in your current working directory.
- -o file
- Write output to file
- Increase debug level
- -t templ
- Overrides TEMPLATE as templ
- -tp prefix
- Overrides TEMPLATE so that prefix is prefixed into the value
- Displays a help text
- Version information
- All variable assignments after this will be parsed after [files]
- Do not do a recursive search
- Do a recursive search
- -set <prop> <value>
- Set persistent property
- -unset <prop>
- Unset persistent property
- -query <prop>
- Query persistent property. Show all if <prop> is empty.
- -qtconf file
- Use file instead of looking for qt.conf
- -cache file
- Use file as cache [makefile mode only]
- -spec spec
- Use spec as QMAKESPEC [makefile mode only]
- Do not use a cache file [makefile mode only]
- Do not generate dependencies [makefile mode only]
- Do not generate moc targets [makefile mode only]
- Do not look for files in pwd [project mode only]
This manual page was written by Brian Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> based on the output of qmake -help . Frederik Schwarzer <email@example.com> updated it for Qt 4.5.2.
|2017-04-09||The Qt Company Ltd.|