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Re: genfit2 update - bugs(?) [message #18670 is a reply to message #18669] Fri, 06 November 2015 13:22 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Elisabetta Prencipe (2) is currently offline  Elisabetta Prencipe (2)
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From: *ikp.kfa-juelich.de
Hello Stefano,

the genfit2 revision used in my development/branch, and in the new trunk, it is the same.
My point is that several packages (hyp, lmd, ....) made use of genfit classes directly; and some other made use of the Pnd-classes from GenfitTools ( <----this is the correct way).

Now, in the new trunk I see:
/genfit /genfit2 .Correct!

/GenfitTools ------> with some classes *2 . Correct!

what about the other pandaroot packages as mentioned above? were they ported as I did in my development/branch? If not, here is the problem. If yes, some more deep debugging is needed. But the problem looks not in genfit2.
As first step, I will do what I just proposed in my previous email. If I get positive response (and I do believe so), I will update my development/branch in the repository, and ask you to check again. If you and me get the same output, clearly something was messed up in switching genfit/genfit2 in the new trunk. If you and me do not get the same results, we will come back to this tread again. I still say that it is better to have only genfit2, once everybody make sure that there are no troubles, of course.

Please, give me a couple of days and we can discuss again, later at the pandaroot meeting next week.

My best, Elisabetta
 
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