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i solved the problem of linking a static G4 library into my software with a few hacks ;)
First, I built my own static libGeant4.a. This is quite simple, I used the bash command
find . -name *.o |xargs ar rcs libGeant4.a
in the Geant4 build directory (it just packs all the object files into a static library that you can link against).
You can then take the created libGeant4.a and put it in some nice directory. The step of including this lib from CMake is pretty simple, you baiscally just need these lines (i built geant4 with the option of putting all headers in one directory):
INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES(/path/to/geant/include) INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES(/path/to/CLHEP/install/include) LINK_DIRECTORIES(/path/to/CLHEP/install/lib) LINK_DIRECTORIES(/path/to/your/created/library) LINK_LIBRARIES(Geant4 CLHEP)
ADD_LIBRARY(myLibrary STATIC sourceFile1.cpp, sourceFile2.cpp ...)
This worked fine for me, let me know if you encounter any problems.
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