CMake Variables in Qt6 Core
The following CMake variables are defined when Qt6::Core is loaded, for instance with
find_package(Qt6 REQUIRED COMPONENTS Core)
See also CMake Variable Reference.
Android-specific architecture of the host system.
Location of the Android SDK.
List of ABIs that the project packages are built for.
List of arguments to pass to Android applications.
Enables building multi-ABI packages using the autodetected Qt for Android SDK list.
Sets the package type as a release.
Allows to share CMake variables in multi-ABI builds.
Signs the .aab package with the specified keystore, alias, and store password.
Signs the package with the specified keystore, alias, and store password.
Prefix-relative subdirectory for deploying runtime binaries on some target platforms.
Directories that are excluded from runtime dependencies search
Prefix-relative subdirectory for deploying libraries on some target platforms.
Prefix-relative subdirectory for deploying Qt plugins on some target platforms.
Base location for a deployment.
Prefix-relative subdirectory for deploying QML plugins on some target platforms.
Name of the file to include for setting up deployment support.
Prefix-relative subdirectory for deploying Qt translations on some target platforms.
Enables verbose mode of deployment tools.
Location of the host Qt installation when cross-compiling.
Path to iOS launch screen storyboard used by all targets.
Prevents collecting of project-built shared library targets during Android deployment.
Prevents collecting of imported targets during Android deployment.
Disables providing a fallback app bundle ID during target finalization on iOS.
Disables providing a fallback team ID during target finalization on iOS.
Prevents subsequent calls to qt_standard_project_setup() from making any changes.
Set of variables to specify the path to Qt for Android for the corresponding ABI.
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