a reason for doing that is that you can just pack together targets into
a array and pass them to our helper, and the helper will just handle
them, so even module with eldbus codegen etc is now supported.
This also means that we are just passing the src object directly into
the shared_module call, which means the user of our helper can just pack
everything he needs into the src var and the helper does not need to
know about it.
now mdoule build files that fllow one pattern (the most common by far)
all JUSt list their souce files and nothing else. this really cuts
down on build size/complexity.
there are other patterns too (no icons at all) that i'll do next, then
we're down into "weird" land where i'll have to think of some more
interesting ways to deal with this.
so we';re missing installing desktop files. edj icon files, wizard
data files in the wrong place, and much more. this also cleans up the
module meson build of pretty much all modules and make their build
files cimple and consistent so it's far easier to re-use things from
one module to the next. we should aim for simplicity, consistency
between as much as possible so we can refactor and turn into maybe
functions later. imho that starts with consistency though. until i can
see all the common patterns clearly, i don't want to write functions
yet. it's easier to see if all the files are consistently using the
same vars and formatting etc. etc. etc.
but either way the installation needs fixing so it installs all files
in the right places with the right permissions etc. etc. etc.
this doesn't fix all module build files bt all the ones i found that
were broken installs and they use what i think is a cleaner/simpler
template, BUT there is far too much copy & pastage here... far too
much.i need to find a cleaner way to automate this.