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Dear all. Who's responsible for deletion of hit and/or hits collection objects which are new'ed in e.g. the user implementation of the G4VSensitiveDetector (say in ProcessHits() method)? Are they automagically deleted somewhere in the toolkit routine? Or one has to write a fragment of code to delete them by him/herself? (for example in G4VSensitiveDetector::EndOfEvent() or G4UserEventAction::EndOfEventAction()?) If so, where's the best place to do it? What is the standard way? Some geant4 executables are killed by the oom-killer on my Linux system (Fedora core 3, g++/libstdc++ ver.3.4.2) when run with millions of events, and I suspect memory is leaking. Thank you in advance. Yours, Kazuyoshi
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