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INCLUDEMOCS

Section: User Contributed Perl Documentation (1)
Updated: 2006-01-19
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NAME

includemocs -- handle mocifyable headers, whose .moc file is nowhere included.  

SYNOPSIS

        includemocs

 

DESCRIPTION

Header files declaring a QObject descendant have to be run through moc to produce a .moc file. This .moc file has to be compiled, for which two possibilities exists: compile it separately, or #include it in the C++ file implementing that above mentioned class. The latter is more efficient in term of compilation speed.

This script searches in the current directory and its subdirs for header files declaring a QObject descendant class. If it finds some, it looks, if there is a C++ file containing an '#include' for the generated .moc file. If thats not the case, it tries to guess into which C++ file that '#include' is placed best (based on the filename). If it fails to guess a proper place, it mentions that.

On stdout commands are ouput, suitable for a shell, which, when evaluated, add the suggested '#include' at the end of the files.

On stderr some informational messages are printed.  

EXAMPLES

        cd kdebase ; includemocs
        cd kdebase ; `eval includemocs 2> /dev/null`

 

AUTHOR

Michael Matz <matz@ifh.de>


 

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