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GDML is now included with the G4 code package as of version 4.9.1, removing the need to link to an externally built GDML library. I am having some difficulty implementing the new code, however. For example, how do I access data I've defined with the <auxiliary/> tag in my GDML geometry file? In my current code I would do this:
const GDMLProcessor::AuxiliaryPairs* auxmap = processor->GetAuxiliaryMap();
However, while trying to migrate to using the new built-in functionality, I can find no similar function to call. So, how does one do it?
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