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Hello, My PC is running Windows Version 10. I am intending to use Geant 10.4.02 patch2 as the Geant4 code I hope to use (and update) is currently using this version of Geant4. I am using Visual Studio 17 (2015). I am using CMake 3.12.1
I need to install XercesC as the Geant4 program I wish to run uses GDML.
I have compiled and built XercesC 3.2.1 using CMake and Visual Studio. The build directory is C:\scratch\xercesc-build and this has subdirectories: CMakeFiles doc samples src Testing tests x64
I also have an install directory at: C:\scratch\xerces-install This has subdirectories: bin lib share
I was expecting that the Xercesc build would produce some DLLs, but the bin directory is empty. However, there are some .lib files in the lib subdirectory.
I cannot see an include subdirectory so I don't know what to put for XERCESC_INCLUDE_DIR. I tried using the src subdirectory, but my eventual Geant4 build could not find the XERCESC header files.
Any help appreciated. Thanks Chris