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on my Mac OS X I have a GEANT4 running and I am currently trying to get the "extended example" A01 compiled. (The compilation of the novice examples ran smoothly!) For that I PRECISELY followed the instructions in the README and README.JAIDA files to setup AIDA. FIrst I got a compilation error about missing libraries, until I read on the tutorial web pages that I have to set the environment variables
G4ANALYSIS_AIDA_CONFIG_CFLAGS and G4ANALYSIS_AIDA_CONFIG_LIBS
Though the example given (aida-config --cflags and aida-config --lib) gets me into the next error messages. Investigating about it made me realise that in my case (having downloaded the tarball for the Darwin-g++ compiler on my Mac OS X) the option "--cflags" for aid-config is unknown. Though I have installed the latest versions of both
JAIDA: Version 3.2.3 AIDAJNI: Version 3.2.2
aida-config only has the options: --version, --lib, --include, --implementation.
Playing around with ..._CFLAGS variable always resulted in another error message.
Do you have any further suggestion for me?
Many thanks for your help!
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