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What you can do is give runManager->BeamOn() a very large number of events; when you determine you have processed all of the events available, call runManager->AbortRun(false).
Note, however that calling AbortRun(false) does not work from inside UserGeneratePrimaries(). Instead do:
// RunManager cannot abort the event from inside // UserGeneratePrimaries(), so we do a soft abort // to the RunManager, and abort the event ourselves. // The result is the same as a hard abort. runManager->AbortRun(true); event->SetEventAborted();
I do this routinely when processing a file of events for which the count is not known until the EOF is read inside UserGeneratePrimaries().
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