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The MT build on MacOS after upgrade to the latest XCode (XCode-8) is broken. This is due to internal upgrade of the clang compiler which comes with XCode-8. I strongly suggest NOT to upgrade to XCode-8 if you rely on MT (sequential build should still be OK), even on MacOS El-Capitan. These issues can eventually only be addressed by the final release 10.3 of Geant4, planned for December this year. Cheers, Gabriele ---------------- On Thu, 22 Sep 2016 21:32:46 GMT, Eric Simiele wrote: > Hey mac users, > > Many of you have probably noticed the large number of updates that have > recently become available for mac users (mainly macOS sierra and an > Xcode update). After updating both, I went to try and recompile geant4 > (because it requires a pointer to a valid .sdk file), but I can no > longer compile in multithreading mode. See the attached file for the > error message. I get this error message whether I try to compile in > multithreaded mode using geant4.10.02-p02 or geant4.10.03.b01 as the > source code. Unfortunately, I'm not sure if it was due to the Xcode > update or the OS update or both. If anyone has any suggestions to fix > this problem I would be very grateful. See the other attached file for > my attempted cmake configuration. > > Thankfully, I have a backup of my mac before the upgrade so I'll > probably restore from my previous backup if I can't figure out a > solution. > > Eric > > Attachment: > http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/AUX/2016/09/22/14.27-12246-6-09-22_at_4.16.42_PM.png > http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/AUX/2016/09/22/14.27-27-6-09-22_at_4.17.05_PM.png >
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