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I am using the examples to learn how to use CMake to create a build file for my simulations when I intend to use Geant4 versions after 4.10.
Is the standard GNUmake still viable? I have tried with the included GNUMakefile to build a simulation that I have.
When I use this Makefile with the line:
at the end, it fails to link giving this error:
Creating shared library /XXX/geant4_workdir/tmp/Linux-g++/k100/libk100.so ... touch: cannot touch `/XXX/geant4_workdir/tmp/Linux-g++/k100/exe/obj.last': No such file or directory make: *** [XXX/geant4_workdir/tmp/Linux-g++/k100/exe/obj.last] Error 1
When I put that include before the .PHONY line, the compilation finishes. Although the executable isn't present. This is not surprising, what's probably happening is that in that order the linking just isn't being attempted.
Is there a way to make compilation work in this version of Geant4 with only a standard GNUmakefile instead of doing it the CMake way? Is there documentation/tutorials on either of these methods?
I've made the examples before with CMake, I'm just still not used to making my own applications that way.