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On Sun, 18 Feb 2018 08:19:54 GMT, AP-CERN wrote:
> Hi Michael, > > > […] > > CMake Error at > > /usr/local/Cellar/cmake/3.9.5/share/cmake/Modules/TestBigEndian.cmake:49 > > (message): > > no suitable type found > > Call Stack (most recent call first): > > source/externals/expat/sources.cmake:55 (test_big_endian) > > cmake/Modules/G4DeveloperAPI_OLD.cmake:465 (include) > > source/externals/expat/CMakeLists.txt:20 (GEANT4_GLOBAL_LIBRARY_TARGET) > > > > I am using CMake 3.9.5 installed via Homebrew (which I've used for the > > past many builds). Is this something other MacOSX users have seen? > > Not sure, but maybe you need to update/upgrade your homebrew installation after the migration to HighSierra ?
I had done that (lots of Homebrew stuff needed updates), but I just tried again. I got CMake 3.10.2, and the same errors in both cases (using system EXPAT gives the '"VERSION_LESS" "2.0.1"' errors, and using Geant4's built-in EXPAT gives the above endian-ness error.
-- Michael Kelsey