Qt CMake policies

Qt CMake policies maintain the backward compatibility across multiple releases. Every new policy starts by warning you about a deprecated feature or behavior; followed by a warning message that briefly describes the change. To disable a policy's warning, explicitly request the NEW or non-backward compatible behavior of a policy using the qt_policy() command.



':/qt/qml/' is the default resource prefix for QML modules


Target properties that specify Android-specific paths may contain generator expressions


Consider the BUILD_SHARED_LIBS value when creating Qt libraries

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