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> > Please try the following (copied verbatim from Apache's xerces > page)... > > I did, to no avail. Same message as previously. I set the XERCESCROOT > variable within Cygwin, not in Windows. I don't know if that has an > effect or not. > I don't think you followed my suggestion to download xerces from Apache's site. You cannot use the cygwin XERCES distribution if you are building with VC++. You need to download the XERCES VC-9.0 binary distribution from Apache, unzip that file and point your XERCESCROOT system variable to that location. The binary distributions can be found at: http://xerces.apache.org/mirrors.cgi#binary Viz. > cd [yourInstallDirectory] > wget http://www.gtlib.gatech.edu/pub/apache/xerces/c/3/binaries/xerces-c-3.1.0-x86-windows-vc-9.0.zip > unzip xerces-c-3.1.0-x86-windows-vc-9.0.zip > export XERCESCROOT=[yourInstallDirectory]/xerces-c-3.1.0-x86-windows-vc-9.0/ proceed to build Geant. Norman Graf Note that the explicit wget command reflects the mirror site served up to me today. It may change. See http://xerces.apache.org/mirrors.cgi#notes for details.
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