[Development] Installing Qt5Config.cmake from the Qt repo?

Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Fri Oct 28 13:56:20 CEST 2011

On Friday, 28 de October de 2011 13:13:20 Stephen Kelly wrote:
> * If you want to be easily found for others to depend on, you write a 
>     <Package>Config.cmake file and install it to a location CMake will use
> to   find things like that. I assume this is similar to how pkgconfig
> works, but I have never used pkgconfig.

Just like pkgconfig, I'd recommend that we make it one file per library, not one 
global Qt5Config.cmake.

Alternatively, let's be very clear: it's Qt5EssentialsConfig.cmake and it 
includes NO other Qt addon. For those addons, they need to provide the Config 
files themselves.

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