Thanks a bunch for this Jaymie! It is now really easy to get going with coding nodes without much overhead and fuzz! The auto-consolidation of the nodeset is also really neat. One thing I wonder though, is can this also package the examples/descriptions in one fellow sweep?
This is not a nodeset, this is just a tribute. Programming in Xcode or QT is a pain in the behind. You need to register an account. You need to be sure you're not a commercial entity. You'll have to download approximately 94 terabytes of stuff for iPhones, watches, pods and whatnot. When that is done after a month or so, downloading on spotty and shady airport wifi, you have to install 5-6 different CMake versions.
As I've decided to skip QT and instead use VSC for making (and updating) nodes, I've struck a bit of a barrier when setting up the cmakelists.txt. In QT this is pretty straightforward, as it masks a lot of the stuff that's going on and you just list the sources in the .pro file for instance like this: