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On Tue, 08 Mar 2016 12:29:23 GMT, Maura E.M. wrote: > Dear Experts, > > I have to learnt GEANT4. I downloaded the source code from > http://geant4.web.cern.ch/geant4/support/download.shtml . Unluckily the > compilation require cmake 3.3 or later. > > I downloaded cmake from https://cmake.org/download/ There is a .dmg file > for mac which downloaded a folder called CMke into the /Applications > directory If I click on the CMake icon (in /Applications) a windows pops > up asking for the source code path and the binaries path. If I type > "which cmake" in a terminal window I can see that cmake is not found. So > I am stuck here. How can I get the cmake executable in my $PATH ? For > instance if I type "which make" I get /usr/bin/make > > Thank you in advance for your help, > > Best regards, > > Maura > P.S. Please, reply to email@example.com >
The CMake installer should offer the option to create links in
Failing that, the easiest way to get CMake on OS X is to use the Homebrew package manager. That supplies CMake plus all the other required libraries for Geant4.
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