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> I want to then record the time of each hit in the PMT with the verbose > stepping action. However, from my understanding, I can only work out > that it was a hit by looking at the OpBoundaryProcess and seeing that it > was "Detection". Without this information, I don't think I can see which > of the tracks were a PMThit in the verbose output?
> My C++ isn't the best, and so I have been struggling to find an > efficient way to output this into the verbose output within > LXESteppingVerbose.cc. Is there a neat way I can get the Boundary > process that has already been found within "LXeSteppingAction.cc"?
You'll have to provide your LXeSteppingVerbose with a pointer to LXeSteppingAction
> Something like fOptical->BoundaryProcess->GetStatus()?
You then have to make the variable 'boundaryStatus' a class member and add methods in LXeSteppingAction to retreive it. You can then call this new method from LXESteppingVerbose
> Or do I need to call the process manager and get the boundary for the > process, as per SteppingAction.cc?
Yes, you can do that as an alternative.