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McXtrace 1.6 is released

[16/08/2021] Dear simulators, The McXtrace team is happy to announce the release of McXtrace version 1.6.

At present there are binary packages built for

  1. Debian/Ubuntu class systems
  2. Red hat Fedora 33 and newer
  3. Windows 10 / 64 bit
  4. MacOS -- both Arm and Intel-based
Please go to https://github.com/McStasMcXtrace/McCode/tree/master/INSTALL-McXtrace for specific installation instructions for your platform. It is always our ambition to stay close to the "generic" installation procedure for the various platforms. If that fails you may also build McXtrace directly from source by cloning our github repository and proceed using cmake. Should installation elude you completely we will shortly provide a docker based solution - so stay tuned for that. As always - should you encounter problems please don't hesitate to reach out through any of our channels: mailing list/direct email/generate a ticket on github, etc. Happy simulation!

CHANGES in McXtrace 1.6

  1. Union concept for X-rays A subsystem under McXtrace that separate physics from geometry, thereby allowing multiscattering processes from object to object.
  2. Scatter logger subsystem.
    A concept to allow quantification of parasitic scattering from e.g. mirror substrate.
  3. New Components
  4. Many new test-examples and bug fixes. Refer to new-nightly.mcxtrace.org for daily tests
  5. New example instruments
  6. A GUI feature to connect the McXtrace GUI with your editor of choice
  7. Many updates to existing beamline models.

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