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SCons.Tool.aixcc

Tool-specific initialization for IBM xlc / Visual Age 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.

src/q/r/qrscanner-HEAD/ext/qrscanner/zxing/scons/scons-local-2.0.0.final.0/SCons/Tool/aixlink.py   qrscanner(Download)
import SCons.Util
 
import aixcc
import link
 

src/n/u/numscons-0.12.0/numscons/scons-local/scons-local-1.2.0/SCons/Tool/aixlink.py   numscons(Download)
import SCons.Util
 
import aixcc
import link
 

src/n/u/numscons-HEAD/numscons/scons-local/scons-local-1.2.0/SCons/Tool/aixlink.py   numscons(Download)
import SCons.Util
 
import aixcc
import link
 

src/p/l/plexnet-HEAD/third_party/python/SCons/Tool/aixlink.py   plexnet(Download)
import SCons.Util
 
import aixcc
import link
 

src/z/x/zxing-cpp-HEAD/scons/scons-local-2.0.0.final.0/SCons/Tool/aixlink.py   zxing-cpp(Download)
import SCons.Util
 
import aixcc
import link
 

src/s/c/SCons-2.3.0/engine/SCons/Tool/aixlink.py   SCons(Download)
import SCons.Util
 
import aixcc
import link
 

src/r/e/Refu-HEAD/scons-local-2.3.0/SCons/Tool/aixlink.py   Refu(Download)
import SCons.Util
 
import aixcc
import link
 

src/s/c/sc0ns-2.2.0-1/SCons/Tool/aixlink.py   sc0ns(Download)
import SCons.Util
 
import aixcc
import link