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uic



SYNOPSIS

       uic [options] file


DESCRIPTION

       This page documents the User Interface Compiler for the Qt
       GUI toolkit. The uic reads  a  user  interface  definition
       (.ui)  file in XML as generated by Qt Designer and creates
       corresponding C++ header or source files. It  also  gener­
       ates  an  image  file  that  embeds  raw image data in C++
       source code.

       Generate declaration:
            uic  [options]  <file>

       Generate implementation:
            uic  [options] -impl <headerfile> <file>
               <headerfile>:    name of the declaration file

       Generate image collection:
            uic  [options]  -embed  <project>  <image1>  <image2>
       <image3> ...
               <project>:       project name
               <image[1..n]>:   image files

       For  convenience,  uic  can  also  generate declaration or
       implementation stubs for subclasses.

       Generate subclass declaration:
            uic    [options]   -subdecl   <subclassname>   <base­
       classheaderfile> <file>
               <subclassname>:     name of the subclass to gener­
       ate
               <baseclassheaderfile>:    declaration file of  the
       baseclass

       Generate subclass implementation:
            uic  [options] -subimpl <subclassname> <subclasshead­
       erfile> <file>
               <subclassname>:     name of the subclass to gener­
       ate
               <subclassheaderfile>:     declaration  file of the
       subclass


GENERAL OPTIONS

       -o file
              Write output to file rather than to stdout.

       -nofwd Omit forward declarations of custom classes in  the
              generated header file. This is necessary if typedef

           %.h: %.ui
                   uic $< -o $@
           %.cpp: %.ui
                   uic -impl $*.h $< -o $@

       If you want to write  portably,  you  can  use  individual
       rules of the following form:

           NAME.h: NAME.ui
                   uic $< -o $@
           NAME.cpp: NAME.ui
                   uic -impl $*.h $< -o $@

       You  must  also  remember  to add NAME.cpp to your SOURCES
       (substitute your favorite name)  variable  and  NAME.o  to
       your OBJECTS variable.

       (While  we  prefer  to name our C++ source files .cpp, the
       uic doesn't care, so you can use .C,  .cc,  .CC,  .cxx  or
       even .c++ if you prefer.)


SEE ALSO

       http://www.trolltech.com/


AUTHOR

       Trolltech AS <info@trolltech.com>

Trolltech AS                2 Aug 2001                     uic(1)

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