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On Fri, 08 Apr 2011 00:21:27 GMT, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> When I compile Geant4 applications, I get Qt viewer launched by default > (OGLIQt). > > However when I try to run Gate, Gate will open in Terminal (with OGLIX > working just fine, but very inconvenient to work with), but when I try > to run > > /vis/open OGLIQt > > it will start misbehaving heavily: > > [G4-cerr] > !!! GateMDBFile: > The definition of the element/material 'Air' is incorrect: > The unit found for the density field ('.29 mg/cm3') > is not in the list of autorised units ('g/cm3','g/m3','g/mm3','kg/cm3','kg/m3','kg/mm3','mg/cm3','mg/m3','mg/mm3') for this field. > You should check this definition in the database file. > Computation aborted!!! > > [G4-cerr] > [G4-cerr] *** G4Exception: Aborting execution *** > ^CAbort trap
I have just found this old thread while experiencing the same problems again. The problem seems to be that Qt somehow reads the locale and starts misbehaving when parsing numbers (it expects comma instead of the dot for decimal separator). If I change the locale, everything starts working. I'm not sure whether this is something that Geant4 or Gate should fix though.
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