User Interface Compiler (uic)
This page documents the User Interface Compiler for the Qt Widgets module. The
uic reads an XML format user interface definition (
.ui) file as generated by Qt Designer and creates a corresponding C++ header file.
uic [options] <uifile>
The following table lists the command-line options recognized by
|Displays help on commandline options.|
|Displays version information.|
|Display the dependencies.|
|Place the output into |
|Do not generate a call to |
|Disable header protection.|
|Disable generation of |
|Postfix to add to all generated classnames.|
|Use <function> for i18n.|
|Add #include |
|Use id based function for i18n|
|Python: generate imports relative to |
If you use
uic will be invoked automatically for header files.
Here are useful makefile rules if you only use GNU make:
ui_%.h: %.ui uic $< -o $@
If you want to write portably, you can use individual rules of the following form:
ui_foo.h: foo.ui uic $< -o $@
You must also remember to add
ui_foo.h to your
HEADERS (substitute your favorite name).
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