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    • Friedrich W. H. Kossebau's avatar
      small rework of product sets: products, features and product sets · 00577995
      Friedrich W. H. Kossebau authored
      * split the old idea of a "product" into "product", "feature" and "productset"
      * make no real difference between user-defined productsets and predefined ones
      * move the definition of the products into a separate file, for better overview and discoverability
      * put the documentation directly into that separate file instead of hiding it away in some README in some subdirectory noones knows about
      * generate a file product_deps.dot with the graph of the dependencies, showing also the build state (in DOT notation, see attached SVG file generated from that)
      * more patterns for the ids of the products
      * allow to have multiple productsets/products/features mentioned in the -DPRODUCTSET flag
      
      CCMAIL: calligra-devel@kde.org
      
      REVIEW: 118510
      Thanks boud, jstaniek, ingwa for review
      00577995
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    • Friedrich W. H. Kossebau's avatar
      Add a PRODUCTSET build config parameter, for easy control of build products · d5feafdf
      Friedrich W. H. Kossebau authored
      PRODUCTSET is a substitute for the old non-exclusive options CREATIVEONLY and
      TINY (which then are handled exclusively, eek), with migration support for CREATIVEONLY flag.
      Predefined hardcoded productsets are ACTIVE, CREATIVE, DESKTOP, and ALL (default).
      
      Own productsets can be easily added by writing an own productset file,
      see cmake/productsets/README
      
      For each product the required internal products can be listed, so they are
      automatically built if needed. If required internal products cannot be built,
      the depending products will be automatically excluded as well.
      
      REVIEW: 109071
      
      Thanks boud and arjen for review
      d5feafdf