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On Fri, 09 Mar 2012 14:04:13 GMT, Cristian Bungau wrote: > Dear all, > > In the previous releases of geant4 I used to be able to recompile the > libraries. But now this is what I get: > > source > ~/geant4/geant4.9.5-install/share/Geant4-9.5.0/geant4make/geant4make.sh > > cd $G4INSTALL/source > > make clean > > make > > and I get all these errors: ...snip... > Is there anything I am missing to be able to re-compile the libraries? >
Geant4 now uses CMake as its main buildsystem. If you need to recompile then you should follow Chapter 2.1 of the Installation Guide up to the point of
For example, using the directory paths given in the Installation Guide, after I've done the main build I could run
$ make edit_cache .. change options in the curses interface, e.g. Enable Qt UI/Vis. $ make
to enable/disable options and then rebuild.
If you need to make changes to the source code of Geant4 itself, then you can edit the needed files under the source directory, and then simply go back to your build directory and type
The Makefiles will spot changes have been made and will rebuild accordingly. There is no need to do
Hope that helps.
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