From: Steven Knight (knight_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-29 10:03:30
> > >> There's no precedent for that in any build system
> > >> I've seen,
> > >
> > > SCons?
> > SCons requires a file at the root of a project that isn't called
> > Sconsfile? That's news to me.
> The top-level file is called SConstruct, and it invokes subsidiary files
> called SConstript. Probably, it's just a convention and subsidiary files can
> have any name...
That's correct, subsidiary SCons config files are named "SConscript"
purely by convention. The default name for the top-level file is
SConstruct (or Sconstruct or sconstruct), but a different top-level file
name can be specified using the -f option.
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