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For people curious, the NowInAndroid repo does do this "build-logic" Gradle structure. I used that as a reference to apply this in our repo and it's been an amazing experience. Never have I had such a simple way to introduce new modules to the codebase. Effortless.
The core Gradle plugin and associated logic used for Slack's Android app
slackhq/slack-gradle-plugin is also pretty nice as a reference for really streamlined projects
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