Difference: AnalysisSoftwareInstructions (14 vs. 15)

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Compiling the tree processing analysis: ./mta

  • This part of the analysis comes with the checkout of the module mu/ from CVS. To compile the ./mta, you have to go to mu/src/uiuc/macros/EventTree
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  • Before you compile, it's a good idea to check the Makefile and adapt variables:
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  • Before you compile, it's a good idea to check the Makefile and adapt certain variables for your working environment, such as:
 
    • $UIUCDIR must be set to the directory of the ./mu sources, e.g. $HOME/mu/src/uiuc
    • $LIB_DIR is the directory where you compiled the ./mu executable, e.g. $HOME/mu/work
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  • You should check that your version will do and execute all subroutines that you want for the analysis:
    • main.cpp:
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  • You should check that your version will do and execute all subroutines in the /src directory which you want for the analysis:
    • main.cpp
 
    • files.make
  • Compile the ./mta in mu/src/uiuc/macros/EventTree:
    > make clean
    > make
  • If it compiles, you can run the analysis on a tree output root file from the ./mu. Refer to the section below how to do that. If not here are some hints what could have gone wrong:
 
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