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When you say "old" way, are there any advantages to switching to cmake? I'm asking because with gmake, everything is in a single directory. With cmake, there is one directory where the source is, another where the build takes place. Not sure what I'm gaining in return.
On Sat, 08 Mar 2014 09:38:07 GMT, John Allison wrote:
> GNUmakefiles and geant4make.sh is the old way. After cmake just use > make. See Installation guide Section 2. >
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