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file_filter = translations/liblxqt_<lang>.ts
source_file = translations/source.ts
source_lang = en
type = QT
#[flacon.About_Translators]
#source_file = translations/src.translators.info
#source_lang = en
#file_filter = translations/translators_<lang>.info
#type = MOZILLAPROPERTIES
#!/bin/sh
tx pull --all --force
#!/bin/sh
LUPDATE_OPTIONS="-noobsolete"
LUPDATE_OPTIONS="${LUPDATE_OPTIONS} -locations none "
TS_FILE="../translations/source.ts"
LUPDATE=$(which lupdate-qt4 2>/dev/null)
[ -z "${LUPDATE}" ] && LUPDATE=$(which lupdate 2>/dev/null)
if [ -z "${LUPDATE}" ]; then
echo "The lupdate program not found."
exit 1;
fi
${LUPDATE} ${LUPDATE_OPTIONS} .. -ts ${TS_FILE}
#!/bin/sh
./updateSrc.sh && tx push --source
Upstream Authors:
LXQt team: http://lxqt.org
Razor team: http://razor-qt.org
Copyright:
Copyright (c) 2010-2012 Razor team
Copyright (c) 2012-2014 LXQt team
License: GPL-2 and LGPL-2.1+
The full text of the licenses can be found in the 'COPYING' file.
cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.8.11)
project(liblxqt)
set(LXQT_MAJOR_VERSION 0)
set(LXQT_MINOR_VERSION 9)
set(LXQT_PATCH_VERSION 0)
# Set default installation paths
set(LIB_INSTALL_DIR "lib${LIB_SUFFIX}" CACHE PATH "Installation path for libraries")
set(LXQT_PKG_CONFIG_DESCRIPTION "Shared library for LXQt applications")
set(PUB_HDRS
aboutdialog/lxqtaboutdialog.h
addplugindialog/lxqtaddplugindialog.h
lxqthtmldelegate.h
lxqtsettings.h
lxqtplugininfo.h
lxqtpowermanager.h
lxqtscreensaver.h
lxqtapplication.h
lxqtsingleapplication.h
lxqttranslator.h
lxqtprogramfinder.h
configdialog/lxqtconfigdialog.h
configdialog/lxqtpageselectwidget.h
lxqtpower/lxqtpower.h
lxqtnotification.h
lxqtautostartentry.h
lxqtgridlayout.h
lxqtrotatedwidget.h
lxqtglobals.h
)
set(PUBLIC_CLASSES
AboutDialog
HtmlDelegate
Settings
PluginInfo
PowerManager
AddPluginDialog
ScreenSaver
Application
SingleApplication
Translator
ProgramFinder
ConfigDialog
PageSelectWidget
Power
Notification
AutostartEntry
GridLayout
RotatedWidget
)
set(PRIV_HDRS
aboutdialog/lxqtaboutdialog_p.h
aboutdialog/technicalinfo.h
translatorsinfo/translatorsinfo.h
)
set(SRCS
aboutdialog/lxqtaboutdialog.cpp
aboutdialog/technicalinfo.cpp
lxqthtmldelegate.cpp
lxqtplugininfo.cpp
lxqtpowermanager.cpp
addplugindialog/lxqtaddplugindialog.cpp
lxqtsettings.cpp
lxqtscreensaver.cpp
lxqtapplication.cpp
lxqtsingleapplication.cpp
lxqttranslator.cpp
lxqtprogramfinder.cpp
configdialog/lxqtconfigdialog.cpp
configdialog/lxqtpageselectwidget.cpp
lxqtpower/lxqtpower.cpp
lxqtpower/lxqtpowerproviders.cpp
lxqtautostartentry.cpp
lxqtnotification.cpp
lxqtgridlayout.cpp
lxqtrotatedwidget.cpp
translatorsinfo/translatorsinfo.cpp
)
set(MOCS
aboutdialog/lxqtaboutdialog.h
aboutdialog/lxqtaboutdialog_p.h
addplugindialog/lxqtaddplugindialog.h
lxqthtmldelegate.h
lxqtpowermanager.h
lxqtsettings.h
lxqtscreensaver.h
lxqtapplication.h
configdialog/lxqtconfigdialog.h
configdialog/lxqtpageselectwidget.h
lxqtnotification.h
lxqtnotification_p.h
lxqtpower/lxqtpower.h
lxqtpower/lxqtpowerproviders.h
lxqtgridlayout.h
lxqtrotatedwidget.h
)
set(FORMS
aboutdialog/lxqtaboutdialog.ui
configdialog/lxqtconfigdialog.ui
addplugindialog/lxqtaddplugindialog.ui
)
# additional cmake files
list(APPEND CMAKE_MODULE_PATH
${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake
${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/modules
)
option(UPDATE_TRANSLATIONS "Update source translation translations/*.ts files" OFF)
set(CMAKE_INCLUDE_CURRENT_DIR ON)
set(CMAKE_POSITION_INDEPENDENT_CODE ON)
set(CMAKE_AUTOMOC ON)
find_package(Qt5Widgets REQUIRED QUIET)
find_package(Qt5DBus REQUIRED QUIET)
find_package(Qt5X11Extras REQUIRED QUIET)
find_package(Qt5LinguistTools REQUIRED QUIET)
find_package(Qt5Xdg REQUIRED QUIET)
find_package(KF5WindowSystem REQUIRED QUIET)
message(STATUS "Building with Qt ${Qt5Core_VERSION_STRING}")
QT5_WRAP_UI(UIS ${FORMS})
QT5_ADD_DBUS_INTERFACE(SRCS
dbus/org.freedesktop.Notifications.xml
notifications_interface
)
QT5_ADD_DBUS_ADAPTOR(SRCS
dbus/org.lxqt.SingleApplication.xml
lxqtsingleapplication.h LxQt::SingleApplication
)
set(LXQT_QT_VERSION "5")
# KF5WindowSystem is missing here. KF5WindowSystem doesn't provide an .pc file.
set(LXQT_PKG_CONFIG_REQUIRES "Qt5Widgets Qt5Xml Qt5DBus Qt5X11Extras")
include(${QTXDG_USE_FILE})
include_directories(
"${QTXDG_INCLUDE_DIRS}"
)
# Standard directories for installation
include(GNUInstallDirs)
set(LXQT_VERSION ${LXQT_MAJOR_VERSION}.${LXQT_MINOR_VERSION}.${LXQT_PATCH_VERSION})
set(LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME "lxqt" CACHE STRING "lxqt")
set(LXQT_RELATIVE_SHARE_DIR "${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}")
set(LXQT_SHARE_DIR "${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/${CMAKE_INSTALL_DATAROOTDIR}/${LXQT_RELATIVE_SHARE_DIR}")
set(LXQT_RELATIVE_TRANSLATIONS_DIR "${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}/translations")
set(LXQT_TRANSLATIONS_DIR "${LXQT_SHARE_DIR}/translations")
set(LXQT_INTREE_INCLUDE_DIR "${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}${CMAKE_FILES_DIRECTORY}/include")
set(LXQT_INTREE_TARGETS_FILE "${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}-targets.cmake")
set(LXQT_INSTALL_INCLUDE_DIR "${CMAKE_INSTALL_FULL_INCLUDEDIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}")
set(LXQT_INSTALL_CMAKE_DIR "${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/share/cmake")
include(cmake/FindInstallConfigPath.cmake)
include(create_portable_headers)
## Translations
include(LXQtTranslateTs)
lxqt_translate_ts(QM_FILES
UPDATE_TRANSLATIONS
${UPDATE_TRANSLATIONS}
SOURCES
${SRCS}
${FORMS}
INSTALL_DIR
${LXQT_TRANSLATIONS_DIR}/${PROJECT_NAME}
)
message(STATUS "")
message(STATUS "liblxqt version: ${LXQT_VERSION}")
message(STATUS "")
# Copy public headers
foreach(h ${PUB_HDRS})
get_filename_component(bh ${h} NAME)
configure_file(${h} "${LXQT_INTREE_INCLUDE_DIR}/LXQt/${bh}" COPYONLY)
endforeach()
# Create the portable headers
create_portable_headers(INTREE_PORTABLE_HEADERS ${LXQT_INTREE_INCLUDE_DIR}/LXQt ${PUBLIC_CLASSES})
check_portable_headers(H_FILES ${PUB_HDRS} LINKS ${INTREE_PORTABLE_HEADERS})
#************************************************
# Create in-tree build infrastructure
#************************************************
set(CFG_LXQT_INCLUDE_DIR ${LXQT_INTREE_INCLUDE_DIR})
set(CFG_LXQT_LIBRARY ${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME})
set(CFG_LXQT_USE_FILE ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}_use.cmake)
set(CFG_LXQT_TARGETS_FILE ${LXQT_INTREE_TARGETS_FILE})
set(CFG_LXQT_CMAKE_MODULES_DIR "${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/modules")
configure_file(
${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/lxqtX-config.cmake.in
${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}-config.cmake
@ONLY
)
configure_file(
${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/lxqt_use.cmake.in
${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}_use.cmake
@ONLY
)
include(${CFG_LXQT_USE_FILE})
#************************************************
# Create installable build infrastructure
#************************************************
set(CFG_LXQT_INCLUDE_DIR "${LXQT_INSTALL_INCLUDE_DIR}")
set(CFG_LXQT_LIBRARY ${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME})
set(CFG_LXQT_USE_FILE "${LXQT_INSTALL_CMAKE_DIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}_use.cmake")
set(CFG_LXQT_TARGETS_FILE "${LXQT_INSTALL_CMAKE_DIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}-targets.cmake")
set(CFG_LXQT_CMAKE_MODULES_DIR "${LXQT_INSTALL_CMAKE_DIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}/modules")
configure_file(
"${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/lxqtX-config.cmake.in"
"${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/install/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}-config.cmake"
@ONLY
)
# use gcc visibility feature to decrease unnecessary exported symbols
if (CMAKE_COMPILER_IS_GNUCXX)
# set visibility to hidden to hide symbols, unlesss they're exported
# manually in the code
set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS "${CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS} -fvisibility=hidden -fvisibility-inlines-hidden -fno-exceptions -Wl,-no-undefined -Wall")
endif()
add_definitions(-DCOMPILE_LIBLXQT)
configure_file(
${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/lxqt_use.cmake.in
${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/install/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}_use.cmake
@ONLY
)
install(FILES
${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/install/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}-config.cmake
${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/install/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}_use.cmake
DESTINATION ${LXQT_INSTALL_CMAKE_DIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}
COMPONENT Devel
)
install(EXPORT
${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}-targets
DESTINATION ${LXQT_INSTALL_CMAKE_DIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}
COMPONENT Devel
)
file(GLOB toInstallModules
"${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/modules/*.cmake"
"${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR}/cmake/modules/*.in"
)
install(
FILES ${toInstallModules}
DESTINATION "${LXQT_INSTALL_CMAKE_DIR}/${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}/modules"
COMPONENT Devel
)
include(translatorsinfo/CMakeLists.txt)
get_translatorsinfo_qrc(translatorsinfo_qrc)
qt5_add_resources(QRC_CXX_SOURCES ${translatorsinfo_qrc})
add_library(${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}
SHARED ${PUB_HDRS}
${PRIV_HDRS}
${SRCS}
${dbus_generated}
${UIS} ${MOCS}
${QM_FILES}
${QRC_CXX_SOURCES}
)
target_link_libraries(${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}
KF5::WindowSystem
Qt5::Widgets
Qt5::DBus
Qt5::X11Extras
${QTXDG_LIBRARIES}
)
set_target_properties(${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME} PROPERTIES
VERSION ${LXQT_VERSION}
SOVERSION ${LXQT_MAJOR_VERSION}
)
install(TARGETS
${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}
DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR}
EXPORT ${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}-targets
LIBRARY DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_FULL_LIBDIR}
)
export(TARGETS ${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME} ${QTXDG_TARGET} FILE ${LXQT_INTREE_TARGETS_FILE})
install(FILES ${PUB_HDRS} DESTINATION "${LXQT_INSTALL_INCLUDE_DIR}/LXQt")
install(FILES ${INTREE_PORTABLE_HEADERS} DESTINATION "${LXQT_INSTALL_INCLUDE_DIR}/LXQt")
#************************************************
# Create pkgconfig file
#************************************************
lxqt_create_pkgconfig_file(${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}
${LXQT_PKG_CONFIG_DESCRIPTION}
${LXQT_PKG_CONFIG_REQUIRES}
${LXQT_LIBRARY_NAME}
${LXQT_VERSION}
)
#************************************************
# building tarball with CPack -------------------------------------------------
include(InstallRequiredSystemLibraries)
set(CPACK_PACKAGE_VERSION_MAJOR ${LXQT_MAJOR_VERSION})
set(CPACK_PACKAGE_VERSION_MINOR ${LXQT_MINOR_VERSION})
set(CPACK_PACKAGE_VERSION_PATCH ${LXQT_PATCH_VERSION})
set(CPACK_GENERATOR TBZ2)
set(CPACK_SOURCE_GENERATOR TBZ2)
set(CPACK_SOURCE_IGNORE_FILES /build/;.gitignore;.*~;.git;.kdev4;temp)
include(CPack)
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