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firstly sorry if my massage is repeated. I have searched in Forum and I haven't found the solution.
I move now from Geant4.9.4 to Geant4.9.6. I have two shared root libraries that I included in my old GNUMakefile:
$(SRCDIR)/phantomEDistUnbinnedEntryDict.cc: $(INCLUDEDIR)/phantomEDistUnbinnedEntry.hh (cd $(SRCDIR); \ rootcint -f phantomEDistUnbinnedEntryDict.cc \ -c ../$(INCLUDEDIR)/phantomEDistUnbinnedEntry.hh phantomEDistUnbinnedEntryLinkDef.h) phantomEDistUnbinnedEntryDict.o: $(SRCDIR)/phantomEDistUnbinnedEntryDict.cc g++ -g -Wall -fPIC $(ROOTCPPFLAGS) -I$(INCLUDEDIR) -c -o $@ $<
libphantomEDistUnbinnedEntry.so: phantomEDistUnbinnedEntryDict.o g++ -g -Wall -fPIC -shared -o $@ $^
I have problem to include them in my CMakeLists.txt
I have found this post: http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/analysis/410/3/1.html
but it does not work for me because the library used here is static.
Is there any advice how should I write my CMakeLists.txt in order to compile my simulation?
Thank you in advance,
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