On Mon, 11 Dec 2017 19:58:27 +0300
Карелин Павел <hka...@yandex.ru> wrote:

> I'm build a third-party project. The peculiarity of the project is that 
> qm-files are represented as internal resources.
> Now I solved the problem with a terrible hack:
> 1) Created the 'Translations' product
> Product {
>      name: "Translations"
>      type: "qm"
>      destinationDirectory: project.sourceDirectory + "/translations"
> 
>      Depends { name: "Qt.core" }
>      files: ["*.ts"]
> }
> 
> 2) The results of the work 'Translations' are located in the 
> project.sourceDirectory + "/translations" directory
> 3) The main product made dependent on 'Translations'
> Depends { name: "Translations" }
> 
> 4) In the main product I cling the created qm-files through a qrc-resource
>      Group {
>          name: "translations"
>          files: ["translations/translations.qrc"]
>      }
> 
> Is it possible to solve this task in another way?
> qm-resources should be placed by the path ":translations/"

You left out some details, so I have to take a guess. I assume you are listing 
the qm files "manually" in the qrc file, and that's what you want to get rid of?
In that case, something like the following looks adequate:

QtApplication { // Or whatever the main product is
    Group {
        name: "translations"
        files: ["<translation dir>/*.ts"]
    }
    Group {
        fileTagsFilter: ["qm"]
        fileTags: ["qt.core.resource_data"]
    }

    // See doc.qt.io/qbs/qt-modules.html#core-properties
    // for details.
    Qt.core.resourceSourceBase: Qt.core.qmDir
    Qt.core.resourcePrefix: "translations"
}

This should auto-generate the qrc file.


Christian
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