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On Tue, 13 Oct 2015 20:11:37 GMT, Patrik Eschle wrote:
> I just installed Geant4 on CSCS's Cray XC30 Daint (www.cscs.ch). > > Using Cray's compiler I get a compilation error in > processes/hadronic/models/cascade/cascade/include/G4CascaseCoalescence.hh > line 114, an innocent location. Commenting this error and building > example B1 I get two undefined references. > > After switching to Gnu compilers, both Geant4 and example B1 compile, > link and run smoothly. > > Patrik ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Which Geant4 version did you install? What exactly was the compiler error? In the development tree, that line of G4CascadeCoalescence.hh is the body of an inlined function, accessing a std::vector<> data member. The template argument to the vector is forward declared, which the Cray compiler might possibly not like when accessing one of the vector elements.
If you're willing to play with this, you could try replacing the forward declaration in the .hh file, with
and see if that eliminates the Cray compiler error.
-- Michael Kelsey
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