This command was introduced in Qt 6.3.
qt_add_webengine_dictionary( [TARGET] [SOURCE] [OUTPUT_DIRECTORY] )
If versionless commands are disabled, use
qt6_webengine_add_dictionary() instead. It supports the same set of arguments as this command.
A spell checker in Qt Web Engine needs dictionaries in a specific binary format. This CMake command converts dictionaries from the Hunspell project. into the
bdict binary format. It creates a
qtwebengine_dictionaries target, which your project can use as a dependency. This way your project can easily add dictionaries for the spell checker. Refer to the spell checker example for more details.
TARGET is an optinal argument and specifies the name of the application target that should depend on
qtwebengine_dictionaries target. In other words it is used to define a build dependency to create the binary format of dictionaries before building
SOURCE is the absolute path to the Hunspell project dictionary for which a corresponding binary format (
.bdict) will be created.
OUTPUT_DIRECTORY is an optional argument and specifies the directory where the binary format of the dictionary will be created. If not specified,
CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR will be used as
qtwebengine_dictionaries directory or
<CONFIG>/qtwebengine_dictionaries directories in the case of the multi-config generator is appended to OUTPUT_DIRECTORY. This helps to utilize dictionaries, as the
webengine_dictionaries directory is the default search location.
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