Re: "Extra" libraries while compiling on Mac Os X

From: Fons Rademakers <>
Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2005 19:02:28 +0200

Hi George,

   make sure that you first install the pythia6 libraries from source. See at the bottom of on how to install pythia6. This tar file now also contains a makePythia6.macosx.

Cheers, Fons.

George Japaridze wrote:
> Hi,
> I thought that could be useful for MacRooters:
> My OS is Mac 10.3.8.
> While compiling from source/binaries from and
> attempting to work/load e.g., libEGPythia6 (so and dylib) and libPythia,
> root complains that could not find those libraries in /root/lib. And
> when I look, they are not there.
> The (awkward?) solution is to install root from fink -
> and then copy desired libraries from
> /sw/lib/root to your root libraries. Afterwards you can delete root from
> fink, if you wish - I personally feel uncomfortable with soft splitted
> and redistributed in different directories.
> Of course, if you use root from fink, than there are no problems, but,
> root from does not comes with all the libraries I
> need (at least on my machine :) ).
> George Japaridze

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