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I have finally succeeded in compiling my own set of classes that I want to use with my G4 application. I have configured a cmake config file to obtain a directory where I have installed:
--> Header files of my own programs in an include subdirectory,
--> Shared objects files (.so)of my programs in a lib subdirectory.
Now, I want to use my classes inside a G4 application. I know how to include the header files so that the compilation of the app can find them. But I don't know how to specify the path to the lib or something is missing because the link fails by saying : "no rule to build xxx". Suppose that I have a file called libanalyse.so in my own lib subdirectory. How can I configure cmake in order that the linker will work to build the executable.
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