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Hi, We are in the process of upgrading to G4 9.3.p01 and CLHEP 18.104.22.168. I am trying to understand if there is a need to installed HepMC and/or HepPDT as well. We have been stuck on an older G4/CLHEP combination, before HepMC and HepPDT were pulled out. We do not make use of G4's persistency code. I do notice this comment in: /event/src/G4EventManager.cc: #ifdef CLHEP_HepMC // Temporarly disabled #include "G4HepMCInterface.hh" void G4EventManager::ProcessOneEvent(const HepMC::GenEvent* hepmcevt,G4Event* anEvent) Is that truly temporary? I ask since I figure we'll likely upgrade G4 before we upgrade CLHEP again in the future and I'd rather we have all the bits installed now. Thanks, Heather
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