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I am a long time user of MPI for multithreading in Geant4, but when I updated from geant4.9.4.p01 to geant4.9.5.p01, I discovered that the MPI support (built via one of the examples) was not ported to the new build system, which I had used to configure Geant4 natively for Visual Studio.
On further study, I learned that ParGeant4 was the new intended method for implementing parallalism - and it looks like it will fix a lot of the inconveniences of using MPI directly - but I cannot find a way to build TOP-C to work with VC++. The readme for ParGeant4 as well as for TOP-C basically indicates that nothing has been done with it on Windows, but I do not have the priveleges to put linux on my machine.
Can anyone offer any suggestions?
Thanks in advance, Joel Long
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