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I am about to start testing our simulation code on G4MT. I had a look at the instructions for migration of existing code, but I'd like to have more insight on how user actions are handled.
We have quite a lot of actions of different types (stepping, tracking, event, run), and some of them do assume sequential processing of tracks and events for their operation.
My question is: how are user actions handled in G4MT? Will every thread have its own set of (instances of) actions? Or should I assume that the same *Action methods could be called in an unforeseeable way by several threads?
Thanks for your help,
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