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On Thu, 11 Dec 2014 08:55:41 GMT, Florian Zenoni wrote:
> I have just installed the Geant4 version 10.1 and recompiled my code. > Now when I run my executable with the GUI and I quit through 'exit' > command, I obtain a segmentation violation.
Which physics list are you using with your application?
Do you get the same crash if you run your application without the GUI?
> I have attached the entire stack trace of all threads.
The key lines are the ones at the end with the G4-specific code. It looks as though there's a double delete, of one of the NeutronHP processes (G4NeutronHPInelastic) but there isn't enough detail to be certain.
Would you be willing to do a debug build of G4 (add "-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug" to your |cmake| command) and run your application again? That would provide specific line numbers, and would also allow you to run in the debugger (gdb, lldb, etc.) if you wish or need to.
> Do you have any idea why this happens?
We have not seen this in our tests using the prepackaged HP physics lists (FTFP_BERT_HP, Shielding, QBBC).
-- Michael Kelsey
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