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(last respin 2023.3.0)
flair-2.3-0d 13-Sep-2023


-- New Fluka Major Release
( 13.09.2023 )

FLUKA 2023.3.0 is available.
Flair-2.3-0dpy3 bug fixes

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The FORTRAN and C/C++ code can be compiled separately. For the modified FLUKA user routines the script fff can be simply used without any modifications, while for the C/C++ library a Makefile can be prepared.

The Makefile should produce an object file containing the library part of the code and a ROOT shared object that can be loaded dynamically inside the ROOT CINT environment, containing the information about the custom classes used in the program.

To finally link everything to the FLUKA executable, the lfluka is used, including the required ROOT libraries and the custom shared object previously created.

Riccardo Brunetti (INFN, Italy); 9 May 2003
Vasilis Vlachoudis (CERN, Geneve); 6 March 2008

Last updated: 10th of October, 2008

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