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Hi all, I'm trying to use CLHEP as standalone in some code. But it fails event at the lowest level because there seems to be something wrong with including the files. Just putting in my hh file something simple: #include <ThreeVector.h> or #include <CLHEP/Vector/ThreeVector.h> or #include <Vector/ThreeVector.h> and trying to link with: g++ -ggdb -I$(clhep-config --include) -Iinclude -o libs/Functions.o -c src/Functions.cc Always fails with the message (or similar depending on the include syntax): src/../include/NGRMTransferFunction.hh:1:2: error: ThreeVector.h: No such file or directory It seems something so simple that it just shouldn't fail, and yet it does. Any advice on how to solve the problem? Regards, Bruno