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As suggested I made a copy of xerces-c_3.lib named xerces-c.lib in the same folder as the original and the program was then able to finish compiling. When I tried to run the example however I received the following error: -
/cygdrive/c/g4work/bin/WIN32-VC/geotest.exe: error while loading shared libraries: MSVCR80.dll: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
How is this fixed?
On Tue, 08 Jun 2010 12:35:05 GMT, Gabriele Cosmo wrote:
> Hi Alex, > > the variable you should set for the path to your XercesC installation is > XERCESCROOT and not XERCESROOT. > If libraries are named differently in your installation (because they > eventually report the version number of the XercesC library), you > can either define in your environment: > GDMLLIBS = "$(XERCESCROOT)/lib xerces-c_3.lib" > or make a copy or sym-link of xerces-c_3.lib to xerces-c.lib in your > XercesC installation ... > > Cheers, Gabriele > > ---------------- > On Tue, 08 Jun 2010 09:22:40 GMT, Alex Leatherland wrote: > > I'm also having a very similar issue, I've installed the binaries for > > xerces-3.1.1 for use on windows with VC++ version 8.0 and I get the the > > following error when I trying to compile a program based on G02 I named > > GDML: - > > > > >> Using granular libraries > > >> Linking GDML > > >> LINK : fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'xerces-c.lib' > > >> make: *** [c:/g4work/bin/WIN32-VC/GDML] Error 2 > > > > The prior stages of compiling the program seem to happen correctly (no > > errors), the exact same error also occurs for the G02 example straight > > out of the box (although "GDML" is now "geotest"). > > > > The declaration of XERCESROOT has been checked and it points to the > > correct folder. It is likely in my view that the cause of this is that > > the library folder in the xerces-3.1.1 distribution does not have a .lib > > file by that name, the version as available to download for the website > > end the library file names in "_3.lib" or "_3D.lib" instead of simply > > ".lib". > > > > Other information: - Geant4 was successfully built with GDML enabled, I > > am using geant4.9.2.p02 with cygwin and visual c++ 2005 express edition. > > - A large number of other programs have been built and ran using this > > build succesfully that don't attempt use GDML. > > > > thank you, > > > > Alex Leatherland > > >
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