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"""engine.SCons.Tool.mssdk

Tool-specific initialization for Microsoft SDKs, both Platform
SDKs and Windows SDKs.

There normally shouldn't be any need to import this module directly.
It will usually be imported through the generic SCons.Tool.Tool()
selection method.
"""

from MSCommon import mssdk_exists, \
                     mssdk_setup_env

def generate(env):
    """Add construction variables for an MS SDK to an Environment."""
    mssdk_setup_env(env)

def exists(env):
    return mssdk_exists()

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