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On Mon, 03 Mar 2014 03:45:02 GMT, C Mos wrote:
> Hi I am trying to re-build my G4.10 with p01. I remember last time I > rebuilt I was forced to define my etcdir. When I was using GNUmake I was > able to specify this option when running ./configure. Now I don't > remember how to define this using CMake and I have been browsing on the > web for hours and I did not find anything about this. I guess unlucky > me. Does anybody knows where are all the -D options for compiling geant4 > defined in the documentation?
Weird. I can't find any CMake option to set /etc (I used |ccmake .| to run the CMake GUI, then [t] to reveal all of the "advanced" options). All of the options used by Geant4 are documented in Section 2.3 of the Installation Guide, and I don't find a reference to /etc there, either.
I'm not entirely sure why you'd need to (re)define /etc. Is that where you're wanting to do your G4 installation? Usually, /etc is where configuration files live in *nix, not applications or libraries.
Ben Morgan, our CMake expert, is great about reading this HN forum, and will likely respond once the timezone cycles around :-)
-- Michael Kelsey
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