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Wed Feb 18 02:57:56 EST 2015
>Is there a reason you're using Fortran's INCLUDE instead of
I'm not Van, but if you're not using Fortran facilities it can be harder - by a
lot - to use software tools on your source, whether that is for program
transformation, analysis or QA purposes.
And there's not a single preprocessor, but multiple ones, varying from
slightly-divergent to completely different. Not to mention that even if we go
"use cpp", plain old cpp is notorious for producing bad results for fixed-form
source (and occasionally subtle bugs even with free-form). fpp is better, but
even so it's not official and not 100% portable. And doesn't solve the tool
................................Malcolm Cohen, Nihon NAG, Tokyo.
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