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On Tue, 25 May 2010 07:54:22 GMT, Neoh wrote: > We did a complete reinstallation and trying out your suggestion (after > it still couldn't work), we come across this error (it's long, so I > attach in file output.txt). Now the situation seems worse: it couldn't > even find the G4headers ~~" > > I am not very good in manipulating makefiles. Is there a way to force > the compiler to look into the headers directory for includes, and if > yes, can i add into the first line of the makefile?
Try running make for your application as:
This won't fix the problem, but please post the output here - we can look at the exact include paths and output directories, at least for the compilation part. There still looks to be something odd going on with G4WORKDIR, but try the above, post the output here, and we'll take a look.
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