[Gate-users] ROOT filename problem
thomas.carlier at chu-nantes.fr
Mon Aug 14 13:07:21 CEST 2006
I found a strange similar behavior...
When the file name of the output ROOT file has less than 10 letters ;
the ROOT file is not written... I tested it with different macros
(including the benchSPECT and benchPET) and this well reproductible !!
Of course, when the file name has more than 10 letters ; the output ROOT
file is written
My configuration => macosX 10.4.7, gcc 4.0.1, G4.8.0.p01, GATE3.0.0,
Note : this is not the case with the previous "official" version of
GATE/GEANT (i.e : G4.7.0.p01, GATE2.2.0)
Does anybody else encounter this problem ?
ayanas at mail.med.upenn.edu a écrit:
>When I run the SPECTbench.mac macro in the benchmarkSPECT,
>the root file is created with the name "benchSPE0" whereas it is
>expected to be "benchSPECT.root" due to the line in the macro
>Interestingly, in my real production macro which is different from
>benchmarkSPECT, when I define again as
>the root file is created with the name "http".
>I am quite puzzled.. Has anyone observed this weird behaviour?
>I would appreciate any comments.
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