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Hi Tom, > I have used Geant4 for many years, using static libraries, and am > exploring using shared libraries. The changes to exampleN01 below work > fine with static granular libraries, but not with shared libraries. I tried the modified N01 as you've shown but could not reproduce the problem. The test runs to completion just fine (running on a Mac 10.5.7 with granular shared libs). > Does anybody use Geant4 with shared libraries on Mac OS X? on Linux? on > Windows? I definitely believe so..... > Does anybody know why this works with static libraries but not shared > ones? Have you tried -recompiling- and rebuilding all libraries from scratch ? > I first noticed that "global libraries" do not work; it appears that > common.gmk simply does not have the code to build global shared > libraries. So I'm living with over 100 libraries. Global [shared] libraries are rather heavily used by LHC experiments... and both configurations are routinely tested, so I quite don't understand your statement. Global libraries are handled through the globlib.gmk script and are picked up if granular ones are not present. Cheers, Gabriele
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