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Playing with the env variables to switch back and forth between Xm and tsch interfaces, I seem to have messed things up. I can't get either interface to work now:
First with Xm, then without Xm:
fnal@neilsmacbook[LWFA]> export G4UI_USE_XM=1 fnal@neilsmacbook[LWFA]> make clean Cleaning up ... fnal@neilsmacbook[LWFA]> make <snip> Undefined symbols: "G4UIXm::G4UIXm(int, char**)", referenced from: _main in LWFA.o ld: symbol(s) not found collect2: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [/Users/fnal/g4work/bin/Darwin-g++/LWFA] Error 1 fnal@neilsmacbook[LWFA]> export G4UI_USE_XM=0 fnal@neilsmacbook[LWFA]> export G4UI_NONE=1 fnal@neilsmacbook[LWFA]> make clean Cleaning up ... fnal@neilsmacbook[LWFA]> make Making dependency for file LWFA.cc ... LWFA.cc:36:27: error: G4UIterminal.hh: No such file or directory LWFA.cc:37:23: error: G4UItcsh.hh: No such file or directory <snip>
The header files are where they're supposed to be. I don't know why it can't find them.
Any idea what I could be doing incorrectly? Here are my XM env variables:
fnal@neilsmacbook[LWFA]> env|grep XM
XMLIBS= -L/usr/OpenMotif/lib -lXm -lXpm
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