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All you need is to go in the lib source directory and run a make there. It will take care of only that library and it will install it automatically. You will need the environment variables to be properly set otherwise it will not work. Please note that for a full installation the environment variables are set at the beginning.
Let's say I have changed something in
then you go one folder up and execute make
At the end you will see a message similar to the one bellow
Creating/replacing object files in ...path_to_installed/geant4.9.3/lib/geant4/Linux-g++/libG4brep.a ...
ar: creating ...path_to_installed/geant4.9.3/lib/geant4/Linux-g++/libG4brep.a
which means you are done (in less then a minute).
On Sat, 07 Aug 2010 18:41:53 GMT, Michael wrote:
> Hi, > > Every now and again i like to add things to the G4 source code i.e. > G4cout statements and turning physics off in the default builders etc > (occassionally turning off the odd annoying warning that slows down > simulations...). > > Is there a way to build one library (like builder) instead of doing > ./Configure -build and waiting for cygwin to work through all the > libraries i.e. "nothing to be done...". It seems inefficient to > configure everything just to compile one file! > > Sorry if this is dumb, I'm not the greatest terminal user... > > Cheers, > > Mike. >