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Re: None How can I use Geant4 within OpenScientist? (Yang Bin)
Date: 06 Jan, 2005
From: Guy Barrand <Guy Barrand>

  Hello

  The best is to fight to reconstruct the G4Lab and G4Simple packages.
The source of these packages come with a release but are not built by default.

  G4Simple is a simple Geant4 application that uses the full OpenScientist environment
to do GUI, visualization and analysis.
  Then try to have G4Simple up and running (see the OpenScientist "Working with G4"
web pages).

  When done, the best is to "clone" the G4Simple package to adapt to your
application. Geant4 enters in place in the G4Simple/source/Manager.cxx class.
(Note that I have also a facility to create clones of G4Simple (see the doc)).

   Cheers

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1 None: Re: How can I use Geant4 within OpenScientist?   (Yang Bin - 18 Jan, 2005)
(_ None: OpenScientist 14.0 is released   (Guy Barrand - 18 Jan, 2005)
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