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I have constructed my own class for storing my event data. I have not used the G4 framework because it did not seem to fit in a seamless fashion. I was wondering how and where I should instantiate this class. I know that I need to create a new one for each thread and then merge them into the master file.
I have included the header file so that you can see what functions it has. I have created a merge function to be incorporated into the RunAction Merge function. I am using the Example B1 as the basis for my code structure. I noticed that the Merge function provided in this only accepts a Run object.
Also do i need to add the G4ThreadLocal tag to my header file.
P.S. If you think I am reinventing the wheel with my class and want to know why i am doing it, please see my post in Biasing and scoring (http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/biasing_scoring/119.html)
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