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include bug in tpc dedx [message #6684] Wed, 07 May 2008 13:34 Go to next message
Ralf Kliemt is currently offline  Ralf Kliemt
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Registered: May 2007
Location: GSI, Darmstadt
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From: 141.30.85*
Hi Tpc guys.

On a gsi machine and on one of the dresden machines PndTpcDEDXFits doesn't compile.
One is connected to cout, so probably the right include might help. Note that on other machines this works well, so there the include paths might be set differently (?).
Somehow the other error is connected to the TF1 constructor. This should work or not on every machine.

Anyway. We would be glad to compile pandaroot on the next machine, too.
Kind regards from Dresden, Ralf.

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Re: include bug in tpc dedx [message #6687 is a reply to message #6684] Wed, 07 May 2008 16:03 Go to previous message
Viola Michael is currently offline  Viola Michael
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Registered: August 2007
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Sorry, i have never looked at the dashboard before...
i have fixed the include bug.
For the other bug i have some trouble to figure out what it is about. This is what i am thinking:

The constructor i am using:

in root header /include/TF1.h
template <class PtrObj, typename MemFn>
TF1(const char *name, const PtrObj& p, MemFn memFn, Double_t xmin, Double_t xmax, Int_t npar, char * = 0, char * = 0)

does not appear in the list of canditates?

in the dashboard i see that we are using the same system and the same compiler (Debian3.1, gcc3.3.5 )
the only difference i can make up is the root version:
-- Looking for Root... - version 5.14/00

so i checked release notes from root:
and i found exactly what i am using in there.
So maybe your root version is too old...

Best regards,
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