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Hi Mojca, for clarification: the MinGW compiler is -NOT- a supported compiler for Geant4 and there're no future plans to support it either. Microsoft VC++ is the native compiler supported for Windows platforms. If you wish to use the GNU tools on Windows, you may consider adopting the original GNU/gcc compiler within the CygWin environment. Although this is a configuration we no longer support either, you may have more chance (at your own risk) to get the software to install and benefit from POSIX compliant APIs. Cheers, Gabriele ----------------- On Fri, 28 Jun 2013 00:01:20 GMT, Mojca Miklavec wrote: > I'm trying to compile Geant4.9.5.p02 on Windows XP using CMake & MinGW. > > (The reason for testing the old version of Geant4 is the desire to > eventually compile Gate on it, but there is a high chance that the same > problems are present on 4.9.6 - I would be grateful for fixing both if > that is the case.) > > There might be more obstacles, but the first ones I stumbled into are > the following errors: > > ...
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