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I was trying to install Visual Studio Express 2013 which failed. I see now that I should have installed Visual Studio Community 2013. I'll try to recompile Geant4 and use that one then.
It would be very helpful if the binary download links would also mention which features were enabled (and it would be very nice if examples would be compiled and ready to run).
If I compile Geant4 myself and try to run basic example B03 for example, it prints the list of GUIs and then crashes. If I download the compiled version of Geant4, I would probably indeed need exactly the same version of Qt and Visual Studio, but I don't see any notes mentioning that information, so I'm not even sure which components to download.
I would also like to know whether Qt works properly under Windows at all (and which versions are properly supported). I know how to debug under linux/mac, but I'm not fluent with diagnosing crashes on Windows yet. Would it be better to test the native Windows interface?