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Forum: Installation and Configuration
Date: 07 Apr, 2015
From: Tom Roberts <Tom Roberts>

I am using scripts that worked in Geant4.9.6 on Windows Xp. Because using GUIs is such a burden, I am trying to use my scripts for Geant4.10.01. A very similar script works for Geant4.10.01 on Mac OS X.

This is Windows 7 with Cygwin and VS2013. Note that all paths are in Cygwin's mixed mode so tools from both MS and Cygwin will understand them. This of course makes all paths quite long.

The C++ compiler is cl (Visual Studio 2013), but Cygwin's g++ is also available as some libraries use it to generate dependencies.

The script has already built Coin3D and installed it into $HOME/G4beamlineBuild; it uses static libraries, as does my Geant4 build.

This is an abridged listing of the error (e.g. I omitted all options).

 $ cygpath -m $HOME

 $ cygpath -m $PWD

 $ cmake --version
 cmake version 3.1.2

 $ cmake -G 'Unix Makefiles' C:/cygwin/home/tjrob/G4beamline-2.17b-source/LibrarySource/geant4.10.01
 CMake Error: File C:/cygwin/home/tjrob/G4beamline-2.17b-source/LibrarySource/geant4.10.01/C:/cygwin/home/tjrob/G4beamline-2.17b-source/LibrarySource/geant4.10.01/cmake/Templates/ does not exist.
 CMake Error at C:/cygwin/home/tjrob/G4beamline-2.17b-source/LibrarySource/geant4.10.01/cmake/Modules/Geant4ValidateSources.cmake:12 (configure_file):
  configure_file Problem configuring file
 Call Stack (most recent call first):
  C:/cygwin/home/tjrob/G4beamline-2.17b-source/LibrarySource/geant4.10.01/CMakeLists.txt:90 (include)

Somehow it is concatenating two absolute paths, which of course yields nonsense. The first is the Geant4 source (C:/.../geant4.10.01), and the second is the full path of the file "cmake/Templates/" relative to the Geant4 source. Obviously this second should be the relative path, not the absolute path. But I cannot figure out where that comes from -- the file it names looks OK. So possibly ${PROJECT_SOURCE_DIR} got two copies of the absolute path.

Any suggestions? Has anyone else built geant4.10.01 via a script?

I also noticed that cmake is going to use g++, not cl -- that will cause it to fail. In geant4.9.6 it used cl. I have no idea what changed, but it was not my script. But I must fix the above error first.

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