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On Wed, 02 Jan 2019 16:41:50 GMT, Keith Sloan wrote: > Thanks that works for Geant4 but gets ignored when building Geant4Py > i.e. in../Geant188.8.131.52/environment/g4py >
The build of g4py should reuse whatever Qt version was used to build Geant4, but it's possible this has got out of sync. What errors, or indications of using Qt5 when the used Geant4 was built with Qt4, are you seeing when building g4py?
Improvements to the build of g4py are planned this year, having been on the back burner due to our migration to Git taking priority in 2018.
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