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My apologies for the cross post: http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/installconfig/1289/1.html
I've installed the binaries for xerces-3.1.1 for use on windows with VC++ version 8.0 and I get the the following error when I trying to compile a program based on G02 I named GDML: -
>> Using granular libraries >> Linking GDML >> LINK : fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'xerces-c.lib' >> make: *** [c:/g4work/bin/WIN32-VC/GDML] Error 2
The prior stages of compiling the program seem to happen correctly (no errors), the exact same error also occurs for the G02 example straight out of the box (although "GDML" is now "geotest").
The declaration of XERCESROOT has been checked and it points to the correct folder. It is likely in my view that the cause of this is that the library folder in the xerces-3.1.1 distribution does not have a .lib file by that name, the version as available to download for the website end the library file names in "_3.lib" or "_3D.lib" instead of simply ".lib".
Other information: - Geant4 was successfully built with GDML enabled, I am using geant4.9.2.p02 with cygwin and visual c++ 2005 express edition. - A large number of other programs have been built and ran using this build successfully that don't attempt use GDML.
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