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Hi Andrea, In current prototype version the helpers to build your "main" function are declared and defined in G4MTParTopC.icc file that is included by your application. Please note that this file is not used by G4MT kernel of any of its libraries, but it's only used by the user's application.
For the moment what I suggest to you is to modify the G4MTParTopC.icc file (you can find it in the include directory of G4): the best thing is that you copy it in your application source tree, change its name and modify as needed (this should work) the main function defined in there, you can modify handling of command line parameters relatively easily.
One of the goal of these G4MT prototypes is to collect user needs and requirements, so we appreciate your input. We will try to take it into consideration for next versions.
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