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    Post How does Qt creator can pass projects .cpp and .h file names in a build step?

    I need to make custom build step and pass all file names to my program as arguments. Is there any way to do so?

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    Default Re: How does Qt creator can pass projects .cpp and .h file names in a build step?

    Its all in the QtCreator development documentation.
    Please stop posting these one liners here, as the only answer to it will be referral to the docs.
    So start reading the documentation first, ask specific implementation questions here.
    http://doc.qt.nokia.com/qtcreator-extending/index.html
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