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I am newbie with both Geant4 and C++. I have to use a certain library (for cold neutrons) that is not among the basics. I did two things
- I called the header files of the library in my /src/PhysicsList.cc - I changed the binmake.gmk to binmake2.gmk and added the header's location to the flags.
But when I try to define the processes contained in the header files for my neutron ( in void NeuTransPhysicsList::ConstructProcess() ) with
G4ParticleDefinition* particle = G4Neutron::NeutronDefinition(); G4ProcessManager* pmanager = particle->GetProcessManager(); pmanager->AddProcess(new UCNTransportation, -1,1,1);
the compiler doesn't want to and answers:
/home/local1/geant4/work/tmp/Linux-g++/neuTrans/libneuTrans.a (NeuTransPhysicsList.o)(.text+0x36d): In function `NeuTransPhysicsList::ConstructProcess()': src/NeuTransPhysicsList.cc:58: undefined reference to `UCNTransportation::UCNTransportation(int)'
What should I do ?
Could someone help me ? Thank you very much.
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