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GfsInclude is used to include the content of another file inside an input file, much like the #include directive of the C preprocessor (and still more like the include macro of m4).

Included content may use macros defined elsewhere in the file by GfsDefine but cannot contain new definitions.

When using GfsInclude you need to use the -m flag for macros when running Gerris. Otherwise it gives you a message "Unknown keyword: Include."

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