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You can generate your source (and much more) very easily without any C++ coding using the Geant4 General Particle Source (GPS).
You just need to use the G4GeneralParticleSource class instead of the basic G4ParticleGun. For info, it is in $G4INSTALL/source/event.
All UI scripting commands will be available for vertex, direction and energy generation.
Online docs can be found at:
An extended example is now distributed with the Geant4 release. See: $G4INSTALL/examples/extended/eventgenerator/exgps
Hope this helps,
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