Loading a user-defined function in ROOT

From: Germano Percossi <germano.percossi_at_roma2.infn.it>
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2005 15:19:20 +0100

Hi everybody,
I've subscribed only a few time ago this ML and surely this question has been answered in another thread. I apologize in advance if this is the case. Anyway, I have some problems loading a function written by me; I load the function with


  with previous versions I used .L to load it. If I'd need to change my function is there a way to unload the old one and load a new one? Till now I load the new one with the same name, hoping to do the right thing but typing

root [56] gROOT->GetListOfGlobalFunctions()->ls()

I had the errors written at the end of the e-mail and I cannot do anything else than kill root from another shell. I've done anything wrong? Is there any workaround?
I'm running a precompiled version of root (v4.00.04 with gcc 3.3.2) on a Linux machine with gcc 3.4.1.

Greets, Germano Percossi

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