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I have spent some time getting XCode working as a real IDE with geant4, and I now have it in quite a pleasant state.
The most useful part is that my code is all written inside XCode (3.1), allowing the compiler warnings and errors to be highlighted inline with my code.
I also call the executable directly from XCode (not via a script) which means the simulation can be attached to the debugger. This means that I can add breakpoints, probe the values of variables at particular points in the code, and step through the code to debug issues.
I am able to step through the code from my project and the main geant4 source code tree.
I am willing to document how I went about this, and can include sample projects with basic functionality if there is any interest in this. It is not seamless, and I would appreciate feedback from others who have had similar success to iron out some of the kinks.
Please speak up if this would be helpful and I shall document this on a thread here.
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