1. Miki Tebeka
  2. berlios

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berlios / sconsexe / engine / SCons / Tool / icl.py

"""engine.SCons.Tool.icl

Tool-specific initialization for the Intel C/C++ compiler.

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.

"""

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__revision__ = "src/engine/SCons/Tool/icl.py 2523 2007/12/12 09:37:41 knight"

import SCons.Tool.intelc

# This has been completely superceded by intelc.py, which can
# handle both Windows and Linux versions.

def generate(*args, **kw):
    """Add Builders and construction variables for icl to an Environment."""
    return apply(SCons.Tool.intelc.generate, args, kw)

def exists(*args, **kw):
    return apply(SCons.Tool.intelc.exists, args, kw)