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On Tue, 16 Jun 2015 20:59:11 GMT, Nicholas Kinnaird wrote:
> Hi there, I had a question about using the G4ErrorGeomVolumeTarget that > is available when using GEANT4E error propagation. Section 18.104.22.168. > (Geometry volume target) of the users guide claims that it is possible > to track particles up until the volume target boundary is reached, or > until the track exits the volume. While the former is the default and > works nicely, it is unclear how to do the former. While it would be > possible to do some volume checks manually as you step through > (presteppoint vs poststeppoint kind of stuff), this seems to say that > such a function is already built in. I'd rather not have to do it myself > if there is some simple function name I can replace. I didn't find > anything however after perusing the source code, and was unable to find > any references to this searching the web. At this point I wouldn't think > such a thing existed at all, if there wasn't that one sentence in the > users guide claiming this was possible. Does anyone have any idea on > what I'm looking for here? >
You are right, the option of exiting the volume does not exist. I don't recall if I ever implemented it, but today it does not have much sense to me. I will correct the User's Guide