I'm using MakeClass to create a class "Variables" which works great, but I'd like to create this class (.C and .h files) in not the current directory, but a relative directory such as "src" so I would have ./src/Variables.h (and .C). Is there a way to tell root to use a different working directory (real directory, not in the ntuple)? I've tried using MakeClass("src/Variables") but this creates a class called "src/Variables", though it is in the correct directory it is not so desirable...
using root v 4.00/03 and gcc v 3.3.1
The code I'm using can be as simple as:
int main (int argc, char* argv)
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