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uic(1)											   uic(1)

       uic - Qt user interface compiler

       uic [options] file

       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 corre-
       sponding C++ header or source files. It also generates 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> <baseclassheaderfile> <file>
	       <subclassname>:	   name of the subclass to generate
	       <baseclassheaderfile>:	 declaration file of the baseclass

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

       -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 classes are used.

       -tr func
	      Use func() instead of tr() for internationalization.

	      Display the version of uic and exit.

       uic is almost always invoked by make(1), rather than by hand.

       Here are useful makefile rules if you only use GNU make:

	   %.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.)


       Trolltech ASA <info@trolltech.com>

Trolltech AS				    2 Aug 2001					   uic(1)
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