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lrelease




SYNOPSIS

       lrelease [ options ] project-file
       lrelease [ options ] ts-files [ -qm qm-file ]


DESCRIPTION

       This page documents the Qt Linguist Release tool  for  the
       Qt GUI toolkit.  Lrelease reads a qmake/tmake project file
       (.pro file) and converts the translation files (.ts files)
       specified  in it into Qt message files (.qm files) used by
       the application to translate.

       The .qm file format is a compact binary format  that  pro­
       vides  extremely fast lookups for translations and that is
       used by Qt.


OPTIONS

       -help  Display the usage and exit.

       -nocompress
              Do not compress the .qm files.

       -verbose
              Explain what is being done.

       -version
              Display the version of lrelease and exit.


USAGE

       Here is an example .pro file that can  be  given  to  lre­
       lease:

           HEADERS         = funnydialog.h \
                             wackywidget.h
           SOURCES         = funnydialog.cpp \
                             main.cpp \
                             wackywidget.cpp
           FORMS           = fancybox.ui
           TRANSLATIONS    = gnomovision_dk.ts \
                             gnomovision_fi.ts \
                             gnomovision_no.ts \
                             gnomovision_se.ts

       When running lrelease on this project file, the Qt message
       files   gnomovision_dk.qm,   gnomovision_fi.qm,   gnomovi­
       sion_no.qm  and  gnomovision_se.qm  will be generated from
       gnomovision_dk.ts,  gnomovision_fi.ts,   gnomovision_no.ts
       and gnomovision_se.ts, respectively.

       Lrelease  can  also be invoked with a list of .ts files to
       convert:

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