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On Fri, 15 Jul 2011 21:31:26 GMT, Kazuyoshi Furutaka wrote: > What command etc. is responsible for making a liblist executable in the > build with Cmake? Do we need to configure something for it? Or, is the > program no need in this version? Sorry, I know almost nothing on > Cmake...
By default, the CMake system builds the Geant4 libraries in 'global' mode only. The liblist executable is only for use with the 'granular' library mode and we do not recommend this style of building the libraries.
Therefore you shouldn't need to worry about the lack of liblist, but if you have warnings or errors, please let us know!