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> It looks like ClassifyNewTrack in StackingAction is the proper way to do > it. I'll check that the information I need about the parent is available > from there. This info can potentially change from one step of the parent > track to the next, so I need to be careful about when my > ClassifyNewTrack will be called.
It is (unfortunately for you) only called at the end of the producing primary's track.
> For an immediate but less elegant solution, using const_cast in > conjunction with GetSecondaryInCurrentStep looks good. Hopefully just > changing the fpUserInformation member of the track to point to a User > Information object will not be harmful. (I'd also be relying on the > track staying put in memory, as I suspect that if a track is copied the > fpUserInformation does not carry over.)
You are right! See G4Track & G4Track::operator=(const G4Track &right)
However, in G4Track::G4Track(const G4Track& right) and G4Track::CopyTrackInfo(const G4Track& right)
it is copied. Strange... Hisaya?
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