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Forum: Documentation and Examples
Date: 04 Sep, 2012
From: John Apostolakis <John Apostolakis>

Dear Jonathan,

I think that you are encountering an issue regarding how to package the source code of a Geant4 application.

Typically an example application has a directory "include" and a directory "source".

If you add the relevant hh files to the include directory and the cc files to the source directory, the old GNUmakefile system would find them.

I am not 100% whether this would also be the case if you fully adopt the Cmake based system.  

Can you explain briefly how you have organized the source and object files, and what type of build system you are using ? 

Just noticed that this was from July 31st - so I expect that you are over it.  Can you confirm? 
Else we can try posting on, 

On Jul 31, 2012, at 10:51 PM, Jonathan Porter wrote:

> Subject: Re: Error C1083 when compiling G4RHadrons example (from CERN)

> *** Discussion title: Physics List
> When I try to compile an example called "G4Rhadrons_with_Regge_model"
> (from the CERN website), I get the following error:
> C:\g4work\G4Rhadrons_with_Regge_model\src\ : fatal
> error C1083 : Cannot open compiler generated file:
> '/cygdrive/c/g4work/G4Rhadrons_with_Regge_model/tmp/WIN32-VC/exampleRhad/CustomPDFParser.o':
> No such file or directory
> I've attached the file. Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Jonathan
>   Attachment:
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