RE: [ROOTDEV] CINT problem: was Re: [ROOT] Problems with windows version

From: Masaharu Goto (
Date: Tue Jun 15 2004 - 16:35:46 MEST

Hello Rene,

We need to discuss this.   Default behavior of Cint is such that you are
seeing.  It can be altered by ROOT or any user by having special
interrupt handling routines.   But, let me take a look first. 

Thank you
Masa Goto

-----Original Message-----
From: []
On Behalf Of Rene Brun
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2004 4:02 AM
To: Martijn Schellekens
Subject: [ROOTDEV] CINT problem: was Re: [ROOT] Problems with windows

Hi Martijn,

Yes, I agree with this comment. This is very annoying.
I am forwarding the problem to Masa. Tis is a CINT problem.

Rene Brun

On Mon, 14 Jun 
2004, Martijn Schellekens wrote:

> Hi Rooters,
> I forgot about just another annoying feature I encoutered with the 
> windows
> version. Once a script is loaded and at some point the execution
> root does not leave the script so it becomes impossible to access that

> script for writing purpose anymore. This makes the user having to quit
> root session before he can correct his mistake. I did not have such 
> problems with the Linux versions.
> Thanks a lot,
> Martijn
> >Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 18:44:10 +0200
> >To:
> >From: Martijn Schellekens <>
> >Subject: [ROOT] Problems with windows version
> >
> >Hi Rooters,
> >
> >I'm experiencing difficulties with the gSystem->SetBuildDir() 
> >function
> >under windows 2000.
> >Versions tried have been both 4.00/06a and 3.10/02. My files simply
> >compile as root can not find its own created header files back.
> >(command used was an absolute path:
gSystem->SetBuildDir("c:/Root/Mlib") )
> >
> >In terms of other annoying features in the windows version: sometimes
> >something goes wrong with the displaying of the compiler messages
> >the terminal. Those become simply unreadable. Windows version is the 
> >french version of 2000.
> >I have by that way a question for the windows users: are there any
> >windows terminal emulators than those provided by the base operating
> >
> >Last and also the least: Xinerama doesn't seem to be supported in the

> >gdk
> >librairy for windows (I only checked this for the windows version).
> >if I open a ComboBox on a second screen, it will open this combobox
on my 
> >main screen. I dont really care about this but I just wanted to
notify it.
> >
> >Thanks a lot anyway for the job done,
> >
> >Martijn Schellekens
> >
> >PS: Rene, I did get your reply to my question on recursive fits from 
> >your
> >website. I filled in the request form with a wrong adress.
> >I thank you very much.

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