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As a follow-up on http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/installconfig/1490.html, I ran into a new bunch of problems.
Compilation of examples with gmake (after installing Geant4 9.5.p01 with CMake) on Mac OS X 10.7 with clang now fails with
/opt/local/share/Geant4-9.5.1/geant4make/config/architecture.gmk:347: /opt/local/share/Geant4-9.5.1/geant4make/config/sys/Darwin-UNSUPPORTED.gmk: No such file or directory
So the main question is: why is my compiler UNSUPPORTED? I see the source code in Modules/Geant4LibraryBuildOptions.cmake is saying
if(CMAKE_COMPILER_IS_GNUCXX) set(GEANT4_COMPILER "g++")
And pretty much unsupported otherwise.
There exists /opt/local/share/Geant4-9.5.1/geant4make/config/sys/Darwin-clang.gmk, but the cmake code doesn't seem to recognize clang. On the other hand I'm not sure if that is the place where G4SYSTEM's GEANT4_COMPILER is actually set.
I end up with a couple of other errors (Qt headers not being found), but that's probably a consequence of not finding the right compiler & the right gmk file in the first place.
Thank you, Mojca
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