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What I do is: 1. use Cmake to create the Geant4 Makefile, configured for static libraries only, and CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX set to my program's build tree 2. use 'make' to build the Geant4 static libraries 3. use 'make install' to install the libraries and headers into my program's build tree (directories include and lib, plus stuff I don't use) Then I build my program with a Makefile that just manually sets -I to the include directory and links with lib/*.a (which includes the Geant4 static libraries). Modern linkers don't care about library order.