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I have a GDML geometry defined in a series of modules with multiple GDML files (which overall is working fine). I load the geometry via a single 'detector.gdml' file that references these module files.
In one of these modules there is a complex volume defined which uses a shape definition that is not supported by ROOT. So when exporting to a flat file for reading into the ROOT geometry manager, I would like to exclude it.
What is the best way to go about doing this?
The best way I have come up with is defining multiple setup elements, with one of them referencing a world volume hierarchy where this module is not included. Then I can reference the name of this setup when writing out the geometry.
Is this is easiest way to go about accomplishing this exclusion or perhaps there is a more obvious method?
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