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On Wed, 16 Jan 2019 08:17:17 GMT, Yunsong Zhao wrote: > I want to use Python to write Geant4 simulation. > But I find that all the lines in the cmake file "Geant4Wrapping.cmake" are commented out. So I uncommented the corresponding lines. > when run the cmake GUI, the option of wrap_python appears. But in the generated VS projects, there seems that there is no g4py related projections. And I don't know how to examine wheater the g4py is installed correctly. > Thanks for your help! >
Building/Installing Geant4Py as part of the main Geant4 install isn't yet supported, though is on the workplan for 2019. In the meantime, it can be built following the guide in