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This is a little late but since i encountered the error and resolved it, i just wanted to write it here so anyone else who encounters it can resolve it.
As others in the thread has pointed it to twiki page, the answer is in there. Previously, the user action classes were defined in the main.cc but now we define it the ActionInitialization.cc . For my simulation i had to migrate PriamaryGeneratorAction, RunAction and EventAction to ActionInitialization and add a line.
The new examples, i used exampleB1, use this so following its footsteps, this issue can be resolved. Mainly following exampleB1.cc and B1ActionInitialization.cc.
Sambid Wasti (University of New Hampshire.)