Running applications and unittests wi...

Running applications and unittests without 'make install'

In our Akademy presentation, Kevin and I showed the importance for a better developer story to be able to work on a KDE module without having to install it. Running unittests and running applications without installing the module at all is possible, it turns out, it just needs a bit of effort to set things up correctly.

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