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I'm trying to understand the G4AssemblyVolume class. I have wrote a code based on example Example 4.7 from Guide for Application Developers. I dont know if there is an error but when I write this :
Ta.setX( worldX/4. ); Ta.setY( worldX/4. ); Ta.setZ( 0. ); assemblyDetector->AddPlacedVolume( plateLV, G4Transform3D(Ta,Ra) );
It does not compile: error: no matching function for call to `G4AssemblyVolume::AddPlacedVolume(G4LogicalVolume*&, G4Transform3D)' /usr/local/geant4/include/G4AssemblyVolume.hh:84: note: candidates are: void G4AssemblyVolume::AddPlacedVolume(G4LogicalVolume*, G4ThreeVector&, G4RotationMatrix*) /usr/local/geant4/include/G4AssemblyVolume.hh:115: note: void G4AssemblyVolume::AddPlacedVolume(G4LogicalVolume*, G4Transform3D&) make: *** [/home/cabrera/geant4/tmp/Linux-g++/template/GeometryConstruction.o] Error 1
Defining a G4Transform3D variable with input parameters (Ra and Ta) inverted, it works: Ta.setX(worldX/4.); Ta.setY(worldY/4.); Ta.setZ(0.); G4Transform3D trans = G4Transform3D(Ra,Ta); assemblyDetector->AddPlacedVolume(plateLV,trans);
Is there something wrong in my program or is it a typo in the Documentation?
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