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On Mon, 13 Jun 2016 00:45:30 GMT, Margot Delgado de la Flor Castro wrote:
> Is it possible to change the configuration for the visualization (add Qt > and OpenGL) after the installation (geant4.10.02)? I see it is in > ~/bin/geant4-config and -naively- just changed to "yes" for 'have_qt' and > 'have_openglx11' not seen much change... (I expect to see at least OpenGL > in the list from "Current available graphics systems are:..." when testing > an example).
No. The libraries must be built with appropriate symbols and dependences on system libraries depending on which visualization engines you want to use with applications.
If you want to add different visualizations to your existing installation you can do that by re-runninng CMake with the appropriate flags, then doing an "incremental" build and install.
If you want to _remove_ some visualization from your installation, then you'll need to do a clean build after running CMake with the new flags.
-- Michael Kelsey