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I was studying the Brachytherapy example when I found that the BrachyDetectorConstruction is instantiated twice. The first instance is done by the main() in the line 88 and sent to Runmanager in line 90, as follow: BrachyDetectorConstruction *pDetectorConstruction = new BrachyDetectorConstruction (sensitiveDetectorName); .... pRunManager->SetUserInitialization I(pDetectorConstruction);
And the second one is in BrachyRunAction line 64: detector = new BrachyDetectorConstruction (sensitiveDetectorName);
Doesn't it mean a memory leak or misuse?
If not, which one is used to transportation?
Cheers, Luís A. Perles
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