svn co svn+ssh://email@example.com/users/svn/hpc/tools/HepMC-2.06.08 <destination_path>
svn co svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/users/svn/hpc/generators/pythia/v8180/bgq/trunk <destination_path>
svn co svn+ssh://email@example.com/users/svn/hpc/tools/tclap-1.2.1 <destination_path>
svn co svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/users/svn/hpc/generators/pythia/usercode <destination_path>
usercode folder you will find different programs written to use Pythia. As of this writting there was only one:
alpToHepmc/runPythiaOnAlpgen.cpp which can be used to shower Alpgen events and output HepMC format
Makefile which can be used to make an executable, be sure to edit the paths inside the
Makefile to point to the HepMC/Pythia/TCLAP installations
This is the Pythia performance on
ascinode.hep.anl.gov while hadronizing Alpgen Z+N-jet events.
If you don't see anything but white-space below this text, hit
Cmd-R on a mac).