Configuration pragmas may either appear at the start of a compilation unit, in which case they apply only to that unit, or they may apply to all compilations performed in a given compilation environment.
GNAT also provides the
gnatchop utility to provide an automatic
way to handle configuration pragmas following the semantics for
compilations (that is, files with multiple units), described in the RM.
See section see Operating gnatchop in Compilation Mode for details.
However, for most purposes, it will be more convenient to edit the
gnat.adc file that contains configuration pragmas directly,
as described in the following section.