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On Mon, 29 Jan 2018 10:10:46 GMT, John Allison wrote:
> I don't understand why you have a problem - "need to edit code before > compiling". Everyone does that. It is simply that if you build an app > with Qt in the canonical way it will start a Qt session unless you > specify otherwise in ~/.g4session or use one of the other ways > documented in "How to Select Interface in Your Applications". If you > don't want Qt at all then build the Geant4 libraries without it. > > Another thought: if the graphics is freezing up you can "/vis/disable". > > I'm afraid I still don't understand your problem. Build your app > following the steps set out in the Installation Guide. You may choose to > build with or without Qt. (Don't forget, cmake has a "memory" in > CMakeCache.txt - delete that file before respecifying cmake options.) >Thanks a lot for answer!
Maybe, I explain badly. I will try one more time.
For example, I created project files without Qt support, but with terminal commands and with some text editor. And in this project I output some messages per event in terminal console. I want to see these messages. And I execute command /run/beamOn 10000000000 and etc., for example. Without visualization.
If my program will start with Qt interface (without visualization), Qt console will freeze - and I won't see my messages per event. But I want! I need it! I want output my messages to terminal console.
I know, something wrong in cmake parameters (flags). I need to remove this flags, if they relate to Qt. But how to do it forever - the question.
Maybe, this explanation is better.
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