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Hello, I am using Geant4 as an external library in my application, and I want to use my own make file and build system. Because there are several ways to build Geant4, with optional libraries, I would like to know if it is possible to derive the suitable link line without any prior knowledge of what type of installation I have. By looking around the many make include files, I thought that something like
liblist -m <path to libs> < libname.map
would work. But I think that libname.map is not created if Geant4 is compiled only with global libraries.
Would it then be better to demand that Geant4 be compiled with granular libraries so that liblist -m does the trick?
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