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Dipanwita Banerjee writes: > Hi i tried what you said but its still saying no debugging symbols > found... [ I had suggested using "-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug", case-sensitive... ] > i have copied one of the examples to a different directory as i wanted > to change few things in it so the path should be to that file right? i > have tried all possibilities but it doesn't seem to work. Please let me > know what I can do. I will need to investigate this further. My own build uses Debug, and I have all the GDB debugging symbols present. I will try a clean build, and will also look at all of my CMAKE symbol defintions to see what's happening. I am copying Ben Morgan on this reply. Ben, what is the correct way for a user to install GEANT4 and have debugging symbols available? I thought it was the "Debug" build type, above. -- Michael Kelsey
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