Re: [ROOT] Pruning TGeo geometries after building?

From: Andrei Gheata (Andrei.Gheata@cern.ch)
Date: Fri Feb 27 2004 - 23:35:09 MET


Hi Brett,

That is a bit of brute force (the public area of TGeo classes is a bit 
unlimited unfortunatelly so far).  Doing that will permanently decouple 
some nodes during the session, will still keep the voxels (navigation 
optimizing structure - this might still fire-up an extra search - 
hopefully there is a protection there) and eventually leave you with a 
memory leak, but I agree you might get away with it if you need the 
feature that fast.
Anyway, I will still implement it in a proper way.

Regards,
Andrei


Brett Viren wrote:

>Hi Andrei,
>
>Andrei Gheata writes:
> > 
> > This is related to an old idea that we had on volume tracking attributes 
> > - as you are able to make volumes visible/invisible for visualization, 
> > to do the same related to tracking.  I knew the problem will pop-up 
> > sooner or later.
>
>This does sound useful.  I don't want to discourage you from
>implementing it, but, I think I have found a solution to my problem.
>For my purposes it seems I can prune everything below some particular
>volume by calling TGeoVolume::ClearNodes() on it.  So far, this seems
>to work the way I expect so I think my immediate needs are met.
>
>Regards,
>-Brett.
>  
>



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