[Halld-offline] New HDGeant4: 1.4.0 and new version set version_2.15.1 [Re: New sim-recon release: 2.17.0 and new version set: version_2.15.0.xml]

Mark Ito marki at jlab.org
Thu Aug 31 14:35:22 EDT 2017

The promised tagged version of HDGeant4 has been built. It is version 1.4.0.

The corresponding version files are


and for JLab folks


The code is unchanged from version_2.15.0. The difference is that the 
new file refers to the new tagged version of HDGeant4. This version set 
is now the default.

All version files can be found in /group/halld/www/halldweb/html/dist at 

On 08/29/2017 08:41 PM, Mark Ito wrote:
> There is a problem with the current version set, as detailed in 
> version_2.14.1 <https://halldweb.jlab.org/dist/version_2.14.1.xml> . 
> mcsmear cannot be used with the mysql version of ccdb. It bombs. Alex 
> Barnes pointed this out to me today.
> As a stop-gap I've tagged a version of sim-recon (2.17.0) and created 
> a new version file (version_2.15. 
> <https://halldweb.jlab.org/dist/version_2.15.0.xml>0.xml 
> <https://halldweb.jlab.org/dist/version_2.15.0.xml>) that uses it. The 
> only problem is that there is no tagged version of HDGeant4 that 
> builds against this version of sim-recon. There is a pull request 
> pending on the HDGeant4 repository that fixes a recent build problem, 
> but that has not been merged yet and thus there is no suitable tag. 
> This version set uses the branch referenced in that pull request. Once 
> the request has been merged, I will tag a new version of HDGeant4 and 
> revise the version file. Clear? :-)
> This new version set  becomes the default at midnight tonight.
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Mark Ito, marki at jlab.org, (757)269-5295

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