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    How to hide moc files in Carbide project explorer

    Hi,

    I would like to hide moc-files from carbides project explorer.

    Can it be done?

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    Re: How to hide moc files in Carbide project explorer

    What is the purpose of that?

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    Re: How to hide moc files in Carbide project explorer

    Thanks for your fast reply.

    Files are generated and AFAIK there is no need to manually change them.

    I would like to keep project explorer clean from 'non-relevant ' files so it would be easier to manage relevant files.

    I believe Qt Creator doesn't show moc-files by default.

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    Re: How to hide moc files in Carbide project explorer

    Of course I'm keen to know if there is better way to handle qt project files than Project Explorer

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    Re: How to hide moc files in Carbide project explorer

    The Project Explorer is the flat file system. The Symbian Project Navigator is the virtual view of only the build files (defined from the bld.inf and MMP).

    Tim

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    Re: How to hide moc files in Carbide project explorer

    Of course, with the proper PRO file mumbo-jumbo the moc_ files can be placed in a separate directory where you don't need to look at them. I think all that's needed is
    Code:
    MOC_DIR = moc

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    Re: How to hide moc files in Carbide project explorer

    Quote Originally Posted by danhicksbyron View Post
    Of course, with the proper PRO file mumbo-jumbo the moc_ files can be placed in a separate directory where you don't need to look at them. I think all that's needed is
    Code:
    MOC_DIR = moc
    Thanks!

    This works perfectly

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