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Having forms place their compiled header and sources in other directories

  • Hi,

    I'm unsure as to how I can achieve the title. What I'd like to do is have a form in it's own directory and when I compile the project, it's resulting header and source files in completely different directories.

    For example, I have a ui_mainwindow file which is in forms/ui/mainWindow. When I compile the project, I'd like the resulting header to be placed in includes/ui/mainWindow.h and the source in src/ui/mainWindow.cpp.

    Is this possible to do with qmake?



  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    Hi and welcome to devnet,

    You seem to try to create a pretty complicated source tree structure. Why not group your sources by logical blocks rather than many small subdirs containing one file each. That also makes its navigation pretty complexe.

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