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On Fri, 28 Jan 2005 Karen.Saucke@physik.uni-muenchen.de wrote: > *** Discussion title: Run Management > Email replies to PublicHyperNews@slac.stanford.edu must include: > In-Reply-To: <"/runmanage/70/1/1"@geant4-hn.slac.stanford.edu> > Subject: ...change this to be about your reply. > > Hi Vladimir, > > thanks for your promt answer! > > 1) is the patch correcting geant4 7.0 for low energy radioactive decay > on the web already - or will it come - it wasn't clear to me. Where can > I find it? > Hi, Not yet released. > 2) Actually I found the example: /extended/radioactivedecay/exrdm but > while compiling it, the error was: > It is a problem of instalation/configuration of 7.0 in your location. > Compiling exrdmPhysicsList.cc ... > In file included from /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/G4HadronQEDBuilder.hh:47, > from /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/QGSP_BERT/include/HadronPhysicsQGSP_BERT.hh:30, > from src/exrdmPhysicsList.cc:47: > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp: In static member function `static void Apply<func tor>::CallBack<current, Rest>::Call_Back()': > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:39: Fehler: non-template `Fun' used as template > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:39: Anmerkung: use `functor::template Fun' to indi cate that it is a template > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:39: Fehler: Deklaration deklariert nichts > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:40: Fehler: `it' undeclared (first use this functi on) > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:40: Fehler: (Each undeclared identifier is reporte d only once for each function it appears in.) > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:40: Fehler: expected `;' vor "aF" > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:40: Fehler: there are no arguments to `aF' that de pend on a template parameter, so a declaration of `aF' must be available > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:40: Fehler: (if you use `-fpermissive', G++ will a ccept your code, but allowing the use of an undeclared name is deprecated) > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:43: Fehler: expected primary-expression vor »,« > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:43: Fehler: expected primary-expression vor »>« > /usr/geant4.7.0/physics_lists/hadronic/Packaging/include/plist.tmp:43: Fehler: »::Call_Back« wurde nicht deklariert > gmake: *** [/root/geant4/tmp/Linux-g++/exRDM/exrdmPhysicsList.o] Fehler 1 > > I had the same error already with example N04 (not alone - hypernews, > Physics List thread 121) and I ignorred it till now. > > - will I need this Packages? - I think yes. > - how can I fix the bug? - I hope without changing the g++ compiler etc. > > 3) When the packages and physics will be o.k., it is not clear to me, how I can generate a source, which is just a radioactive material lying around. > /run/energy 0 eV > didn't seem to work that way, in the visualization the particles were still flying through the detector. > I coudn't find /gps/... > Maybe that will work better, but how can I activate that in my UI ( an other package? ) > /gps/ does exist if compilation is complete. You definetly need to use it. VI
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