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I'm trying to modularize the top-level UI commands I'm defining for my application (e.g., run-action vs. event-action vs. geometry) into separate Messenger classes. To preserve my users' macro files, I would prefer not to change the command paths if possible.
In each Messenger class, I currently instantiate a top-level G4UIdirectory to carry around the subsequently defined commands. I believe the repetition of this construction is not recommended, and might be causing some internal confusion to the UImanager.
Is there a way to query G4UImanager to find out if a particular directory has been defined already? The existing G4UImanager::FindDirectory(...) function is delcared private, so that's not an option. I didn't find any useful guidance in either the Toolkit or Application books.
-- Michael Kelsey