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Hi Valery, > I need to have a debug G4 installation in order to debug my user codes. > Eventually, once code runs ok, I need to build it w/o debugging > overhead. Can I do it using the same debug G4 installation or I should > have a parallel non-debug version? it is definitely preferable to have two separate builds (on a modern platform, it does not take more than 20 mins to build all Geant4 libs in sequential mode), in order to achieve the best performance and reliability. On Linux (gcc compiler) you could also build the libraries using the 'hybrid' mode "-O -g" provided by gcc (set the G4OPTDEBUG flag in your environment before building the libraries), but would suggest to use it only to help you debugging optimised output... Cheers, Gabriele
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