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I am looking at the usd example and I can see it is using many named *.kludge.py files that correspond to the many input header files. I would like to organize my wrapper in a similar way so I can have a one to one mapping of a named input header file and a named output. Is there any plan for adding this functionality to the discover tool?
And what is the workaround in the mean time? Run discover with a different extension name and use
skip-master argument and then hand edit my master kludge.py?
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