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RE: SGB works!
$STAR_DB/StafObjy/readObyDst.kumac, read_dst_from_db.kumac, and
$STAR_DB/StafObjy/kumacs/chain/ (slight mods) is apparatus that reads events
from the database and passes them through the SCA analysis. It superficially
works, meaning it runs but SCA results not checked. It follows Kathy's BFC
conventions so she can integrate it without much trouble. Using GC rather than
Objy directly should be a small change to this
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Douglas Olson [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Saturday, September 26, 1998 3:14 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: SGB works!
> The SGB (Staf-GC-STAR/BaBar) code works!
> Congratulations to Jeff & Torre!
> The proof is /grandch/u/GCA/olson/stafgca/itworks.kumac
> which is a copy of the last.kumac.
> For Jeff's info, the final trick was to build it with
> the SL98i version of the library. This fixed the
> seg. violation between the return of CreateEvRead
> and kuip command line.
> Tomorrow after I get back to Berkeley I'll try it
> with the SCA code.
- SGB works!
- From: "Douglas Olson" <email@example.com>