returns the path of a
Node or a string representing a
path. It can also take a list of
Nodes and/or strings, and
returns the list of paths. If passed a single
Node, the result
is the same as calling
str(node) (see above).
The string(s) can have embedded construction variables, which are
expanded as usual, using the calling environment's set of
variables. The paths can be files or directories, and do not have
env=Environment(VAR="value") n=File("foo.c") print(env.GetBuildPath([n, "sub/dir/$VAR"]))
Would print the following file names:
scons -Q['foo.c', 'sub/dir/value'] scons: `.' is up to date.
There is also a function version of
GetBuildPath which can
be called without an
Environment; that uses the default SCons
Environment to do substitution on any string arguments.