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On Tue, 18 Aug 2015 14:49:16 GMT, Makoto Asai wrote:
> Please note that the G4Step you get in SD in a parallel world is for the > parallel world and thus it has geometry information of the parallel > world. To get the G4Step of tracking world for the material, you need > the following. > > const G4Step* realWorldStep = parallelWorldStep -> GetTrack() -> GetStep();
Is there any way to "invert" this access, or is the parallel world step only visible in an SD?
Specifically, supposed that I create a parallel-world volume which triggers a "boundary crossing" while a track is fully embedded in some mass-world volume. Is there any way for a process (not an SD) handling the step to get back the "parallelWorldStep" above and know that a special boundary crossing has happened?
-- Mike Kelsey
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