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Compile Rules

SEP has a fairly sophisticated set of make rules to make compiling programs easier. To use SEP's make rules you need to put at the top of your makefile:
include ${SEPINC}/SEP.top
and at the bottom your Makefile:
include ${SEPINC}/SEP.bottom
All of SEP's compiling rules are based on using a standard suffix convention so let's start by listing the acceptable suffixes: As your program becomes more complex (more files, libraries, compiling options, etc.) their similar increase in your Makefile complexity increases similarly.
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Stanford Exploration Project
11/11/1997