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Hi David, > I have been having some problems trying to run the TestEm7 example code distributed > with Geant 4.8.1 (and Geant 4.8.1.p01) installed under WinXP/Cygwin/Visual Studio 2005 > (VC++ 8). > > The code compiles without any obvious problems and a simulation using the distributed > macro file proton.mac runs to completion (ie. with no hadronic physics enabled). However, > when a hadronic physics list is enabled (i.e. "binary" or "elastic" in proton.mac), the > simulation fails after a few thousand events with 'an unhandled win32 exception' causing > the Visual Studio Just-In-Time Debugger to be called. it would be useful to know the trace dump of the debugger with line numbers at the time of the crash. Cheers, Gabriele
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