RFC: new way to handle MOC files ?
kde at arnoldarts.de
Mon Feb 24 10:20:30 GMT 2003
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On Friday 21 February 2003 20:55, Michael Schuerig wrote:
> On Friday 21 February 2003 18:51, Alexander Neundorf wrote:
> > It works the following way: a moc file is required if a source or
> > header contains the Q_OBJECT macro. The create_global_moc script
> > parses all files given on its command line and searches checks which
> > files contain "Q_OBJECT". These files are remembered (e.g. foo.cpp)
> > and a new file "mocs.cpp" is created which will include all required
> > moc files (e.g. foo.cpp.moc).
> This means all moc files have to be recompiled when any header/source
> containing Q_OBJECT changes. Is that a good idea?
This is surely not a good idea!!! I am always thinking how to fasten the
make-process but this is very bad...
Just remember the --enable-final is similar, we shouldn't mix between normal
Just my little opinion...
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