QMake is an actively used programming language created in 2002. qmake is an utility that automates the generation of makefiles. Makefiles are used by the program make to build executable programs from source code; therefore qmake is a make-makefile tool, or makemake for short. The makefiles that qmake produces are tailored to the particular platform where it is run from based on qmake project files. Read more on Wikipedia...

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  • See also: linux, freebsd, makefile, qt, cmake
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Example code from the web:

CONFIG += qt debug
HEADERS += hello.h
SOURCES += hello.cpp
SOURCES += main.cpp
win32 {
    SOURCES += hellowin.cpp
}
unix {
    SOURCES += hellounix.cpp
}
!exists( main.cpp ) {
    error( "No main.cpp file found" )
}
win32:debug {
    CONFIG += console
}

Example code from Linguist:

#!/usr/bin/qmake
message(This is QMake.)

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