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If you modify a Fortran file, you should stay within Fortran 77 with
 
If you modify a Fortran file, you should stay within Fortran 77 with
common extensions like {{codeline|END DO}}.  Currently, we want ensure that
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common extensions like {{codeline|END DO}}.  Currently, we want all sources to
it is possible to compile all sources with the gfortran compiler, without
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be compilable with the f2c and g77 compilers, without special flags if
special flags if possible.  This usually means that non-legacy compilers
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possible.  This usually means that non-legacy compilers also accept the
also accept the sources.
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sources.
  
 
=== M4 guide ===
 
=== M4 guide ===

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