CMake Commands in Qt6 GRPC
You should call the following CMake commands to use the Qt6::Grpc module in your project:
find_package(Qt6 REQUIRED COMPONENTS Grpc) target_link_libraries(mytarget PRIVATE Qt6::Grpc)
To generate gRPC services using Qt GRPC and link them with your program consider the following example:
cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.16...3.22) project(MyProject) find_package(Qt6 REQUIRED COMPONENTS Protobuf Grpc) qt_standard_project_setup() qt_add_protobuf(MyProtoMessageLib PROTO_FILES path/to/helloworld.proto PROTO_INCLUDES path/to/proto/include ) qt_add_grpc(MyGrpcClient CLIENT PROTO_FILES path/to/helloworld.proto PROTO_INCLUDES path/to/proto/include ) qt_add_executable(MyApp main.cpp) target_link_libraries(MyApp PRIVATE MyGrpcClient MyProtoMessageLib Qt6::Protobuf)
The example above calls the
qt_add_grpc() CMake function to generate a library called
Note: if the
.proto file API contains messages, then the
qt_add_protobuf() CMake function should be called to generate protobuf message classes for the project.
Finally, the example creates a target for an executable called MyApp which links to the MyGrpcClient and MyProtoMessageLib libraries.
See also CMake Command Reference.
Generates Qt-based C++ services using a protobuf schema
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