CMake Commands in Qt6 Core
The following CMake commands are defined when Qt6::Core is loaded, for instance with
find_package(Qt6 REQUIRED COMPONENTS Core)
See also CMake Command Reference.
Compiles big binary resources into object code.
Creates an RCC file from a list of Qt resource files.
Creates and finalizes an application target of a platform-specific type.
Creates and finalizes a library.
Creates a Qt plugin target.
Compiles binary resources into source code.
Prevents forcing source files to be treated as UTF-8 for Windows.
Defines a build target that runs androiddeployqt to produce an APK.
Configures the target binary's name to include an architecture-specific suffix.
Generates the deployment settings file needed by androiddeployqt.
Write a qt.conf file at deployment time.
Deploy Qt plugins, Qt and non-Qt libraries needed by an executable.
Deploy Qt translations needed by an executable.
Prevents some unicode-related compiler definitions being set automatically on a target.
Extracts metatypes from a Qt target and generates an associated metatypes.json file.
Handles various common platform-specific tasks associated with a Qt project.
Handles various common platform-specific tasks associated with Qt targets.
Generate a deployment script for an application.
Generate a custom deployment script.
Calls moc on an input file.
Specifies a custom set of plugins to import for a static Qt build.
Modify the default behavior of Qt's CMake API.
Customizes aspects of a target's finalization.
Setup project-wide defaults to a standard arrangement.
Creates .moc files from sources.
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