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I have set up a static build of GEANT4 on a networked location, for other users in our workgroup to work with from their machines. Ideally they would not need to modify their configuration, since they either do not have root access to their machines, or work from terminals on a central server.
My problem is that I cannot find a way to tell cmake to statically link against libexpat and/or libxerces (for GDML support). Thus all users need to run the code on machines which have libxerces (and possibly libexpat, if the fallback to internal fails for some reason) shared lib installed. Is there a way to statically link either libexpat or libxerces?
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