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On Mon, 29 Jan 2018 10:32:22 GMT, Igor Vorobyev wrote:
> Maybe, this explanation is better.
Not really. But let me guess some more.
> For example, I created project files
Do you mean Qt project files? Don't use them.
> without Qt support,
Do you mean Qt Creator? Don't use it.
> but with > terminal commands and with some text editor.
Yes. most us do that.
> And in this project
You mean your application?
> I > output some messages per event in terminal console.
Yes. Good idea.
> I want to see these > messages.
Yes. I understand.
> 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.
Yes, that is true.
> But I want! > I need it! I want output my messages to terminal console.
Yes. I understand. So why not start your application with the terminal, using ~/g4session, as I suggested?
> > 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.
You can keep the Qt flags - they will be ignored if you request tcsh in your ~/.g4session. Or you can build your app on top of Geant4 libraries that have been built without Qt.
Sorry if I still misunderstand.
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