Error: Expected a right parenthesis in expression at (1) after `make` command

I am compiling a software following this tutorial (called PRESTO), but when I type ./configure, I receive the following message:

$   make && sudo make install Making all in src make[1]: enter directory "/home/user/Softwares/tempo/src" /usr/bin/f77  -g -O2 -c -o bnryddfwhiecc.o bnryddfwhiecc.f bnryddfwhiecc.f:130:71: Error: Expected a right parenthesis in expression at (1) Makefile:468: set of instructions for the objective "bnryddfwhiecc.o" failed  make[1]: *** [bnryddfwhiecc.o] Error 1 make[1]: exit directory "/home/user/Softwares/tempo/src" Makefile:359: set of instructions for the objective "all-recursive" failed make: *** [all-recursive] Errore 1 

I believe it has to do with the excessive length of the lines in the code. I have tried to add a & character to the sixth column of the “following” line, or right after the end of the long line, basically what is said here, but did not work.

I would rather use a command to disable the long-lines errors, instead of going to modify each line of each file. But I do not know enough to take actions.