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On Tue, 17 Jun 2014 17:48:48 GMT, erict7 wrote: > I have recently installed Patch 01 for Geant4.10 and have come across > multiple issues. These have been complicated by being handed code that I > have been told worked before, but that won't compile for me. > > When I installed the patch, I had granular libraries disabled (unset) of > course, because it is my understanding that they are no longer > supported. However, when I try to compile the code (using gmake), it > always says: "Using granular libraries..." This will switch back to > saying global if I use a version of Geant4.10 from before Patch 01 by > changing the env.csh file and re-sourcing it, which in turn runs the > geant4make.csh file specific to that installation. Any ideas on what to > look for or how to specify to use global libraries? Could this be an > artifact from before that is looking at some seemingly unrelated flag I > haven't been able to track down myself?
Could you check the actual environment in both cases and check which
> Just using the original Geant4.10 also doesn't solve the problem, as ld > then insists that the only G4Tree libraries it can find are both > incompatible. It is currently told to look in both > Geant4.10-install/lib(64)/ and > Gean4.10-install/lib(64)/Geant4.10.00/Linux-g++/ .
What error message does it actually output?
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