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Re: Question How to suppress G4ParticleChange::DumpInfo() output to terminal (matthew)
Date: 11 Mar, 2015
From: Gumplinger Peter <Gumplinger Peter>

Hi Matt,

I don't know ....

You can try:

/process/optical/verbose 0

or

/process/optical/boundary/verbose 0

if you use G4OpticalPhysics.

If you use your own PhysicsList you could code:

  boundaryProcess->SetVerboseLevel(0);

[where G4OpBoundaryProcess* boundaryProcess = new G4OpBoundaryProcess()]

etc.

I have never used: /process/setVerbose 0 but I think it should have worked.

What exactly is being printed out so much?

Peter

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