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During my CPPGDML Installation under Cygwin a problem appears when I'm (in the correct direction and) executing $ ./configure The configuration itself gets completed, but it says that the expected suffix for an objectfile is .o When I type in $ make I get the error that all the object files which were inside the build folder were not found. The programm doesn't found them because all objectfiles end up on .d I already tried to rename the types to .o, but that does not solve the problem.
Does anyone know what to do?
Perhaps that's going to help: I've already installed Geant4_9_3, Visual C++, Cygwin, CLHEP, xercesc (for Windows, and VC), set the flags during the Geant build correctly and exported all necessary variables (CLHEP_LIB_DIR, XERCESCROOT,...)