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I am very interested in that topic and need some help in the implementation. I have pasted the parts of the code into my EventAction.cc and RunAction.cc, add some header-files and added the Instance() code until now. But there appears a "segmentation fault: 11" while running the simulation: <boxMesh_1/trackLengthGamma> is not found. It is part of the code in the EventAction.cc: G4int colID = SDMan->GetCollectionID("boxMesh_1/trackLengthGamma");
I had a look at all possibilities for command scoring and I have not found "trackLengthGamma" but "trackLength". So I changed that but the segmentation fault is still there.
Can someone maybe explain, what should I change in the code and why do I need this kind of information? I would like to get the rms of my dose deposition.
Thank you in advance, Jessica