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> I am using CLHEP.18.104.22.168 and xerces-c-3.0.0 on an Operron running > Scientific Linux 5.1. > > Attached is matricesandloops.gdml taken from > GDML_22.214.171.124/CPPGDML/Examples/g4g0gdml. It was modified to point the > the geant4.9.2 gdml schema. ok, thanks for pointing out the setup to test. Indeed there seems to be a problem with the interpretation of matrices. Please, open a problem report in the Bugzilla system, so we can further investigate and track it. > Each gdml file consist five pieces: define, material, solids, structure, > and setup. G4GDMLParser uses a G4GDMLReadStucture object to read the > structure section. The GDML schema allows a geometry to be broken into > separate modules. A lower level module is read in the structure section > by defining a physvol with a tag <file name="child.gdm;"/>. > G4GDMLReadStructure memeber, ReadFile, recursively call G4GDMLStructure > to process this tag. This created object has it's own auxMap. This > auxMap data should be inserted in the high level auxMap before the > object goes out of scope otherwise G4GDMParser will not have access to > it. Can you please provide the use-case you refer to for reproducing the problem, indicating how you associate the auxiliary information in your code ? I'd suggest you specify all this directly in the problem report in Bugzilla. Thanks.
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