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Since updating to Geant 10.5, I've been working on converting my application over to support multithreading. I'm nearly there, with just one last hang-up:
How do I access run condition details from GPS (e.g. source particle type, energy) from within the master thread given that the master run manager has no primary generator action object?
Previously I accessed it via GetUserPrimaryGeneratorAction()->GetParticleGun() to create a G4GeneralParticleSource* that I'd then poll for ->GetParticleName() and ->GetEneDist(). I use the output as part of a CSV table written to a file, so having the worker threads do it would mean duplicated entries and potential simultaneous file access.
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