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I noticed when building a user app that depends on Geant4 that I need to point it to my "build" rather than "install" directory for it to work correctly, at least by default.
cmake -DGeant4_DIR=/path/to/geant4.10.02.p02/build ..
I believe this is because it can find Geant4Config.cmake there in order to get the correct environment into CMake for the package.
I noticed in the Geant4 installation dir that these files are present but not in a location that CMake would find by default:
Because it is only going to look for them in the root directory specified with the Geant4_DIR CMake variable.
Is there some easy way in my application's CMake options or in its CMakeLists.txt that I can tell it to use only the install dir and have it find these config files automatically?
I would prefer not to have to use both the build and install directories as it seems confusing and I might want to clobber the build directory after I'm done with it.
As far as I'm aware, my CMakeLists.txt is following the standard template given in the Geant4 docs.
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