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This is Geant4.10.03 on Windows 10. I built Geant4 and exampleB1 using Cmake and Visual Studio 2015, and copied all the DLLs into B1/bin. I then run this .bat from B1/bin: set G4LEDATA="C:/Geant4Data/G4EMLOW6.50" set G4NEUTRONXSDATA="C:/Geant4Data/G4NEUTRONXS1.4" set G4SAIDXSDATA="C:/Geant4Data/G4SAIDDATA1.1" set G4LEVELGAMMADATA="C:/Geant4Data/PhotonEvaporation4.3" set G4RADIOACTIVEDATA="C:/Geant4Data/RadioactiveDecay5.1" set G4ENSDFSTATEDATA="C:/Geant4Data/G4ENSDFSTATE2.1" .\exampleB1
It generates a G4Exception "PART70001 ... ENSDFSTATE.dat not found".
But that file is where I told it to look:
dir %G4ENSDFSTATEDATA% Volume in drive C has no label. Volume Serial Number is 5454-8CA5
Directory of C:\Geant4Data\G4ENSDFSTATE2.1
02/16/2017 10:23 AM <DIR> . 02/16/2017 10:23 AM <DIR> .. 11/03/2016 04:22 PM 1,785,980 ENSDFSTATE.dat 11/03/2016 04:23 PM 1,302 History 09/16/2016 05:11 AM 436 README 3 File(s) 1,787,718 bytes 2 Dir(s) 43,573,948,416 bytes free
Why can't it find the file? (changing '/' to '\' in my .BAT made no difference.)
BTW my big program, G4beamline, does not get this exception; that .BAT references them where G4beamline expects them.
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