Thanks I figure that …

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Thanks . I figure that they are there for a reason. My understanding, though, was that if a config file wasn’t found in the root dir for a lib, the TS compiler, ng test, or Ng compiler, or whatever tool, would keep walking up the tree until it found the file it needed. That would be OK by me. I don’t need to configure things per-library. On the rare-if-ever case where I do, I would rather add the file manually. Having all of those files in place all the time, when all they really do is point to the top-level anyway, is a PITA.