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EvtGen [message #5584 is a reply to message #5196] Fri, 14 December 2007 00:03 Go to previous message
StefanoSpataro is currently offline  StefanoSpataro
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Dear all,
I am not so happy to announce you that EvtGen does not compile with new release of the external packages.

After Dipak has noticed me, I have found that the "make" compiles but the "make bin/panda" produces a lot of errors, probably due to the strong changes in the ROOT code. I have contacted the authors of EvtGen to communicate this problem, and I will wait for eventual patches.

In the meantime I suggest you to use the old root 5.14 (or the "old" external packages) to compile and make EvtGen run.

P.S. This happens at GSI, I haven't checked yet if the problem appears even in other machines. Nobody has complained about this problem before, so a) nobody has tried to use it b) maybe EvtGen has run properly for everybody but GSI Smile
 
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