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I am still fairly new with developing geometry for my geant4 simulation, and I'm trying to use the parameterisation option to have multiple copies of the same object in different locations. I have been looking at options and examples for quite a while, and although it seems I've gotten to the point where I think it may be close to working, I'm still getting the same errors that I got in the first place. They are these:
src/DetectorConstruction.cc:968: error: `CopperRodParameterisation' has not been declared
src/DetectorConstruction.cc:970: error: `G4PVParameterised' has not been declared
I believe that I have declared these things in .cc and .hh files specifically related to the parameterisation option as I saw in the ParN02 example. My thought is that perhaps that file needs to be compiled before the DetectorConstruction file compiles?
Any advice on whether I'm on the right track, things I can check, etc, would be greatly appreciated! I can also provide more detail if that's useful, I didn't want to make this too long to start off with.
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