default = 1;
minimum = 0;
maximum = 9)
VINCIA. Settings different from zero and one are intended for debugging purposes and hence should not be used for normal runs.
option0 : No runtime output.
option1 : Normal runtime output. Warnings and errors are printed, but no additional diagnostic output is given.
option2 : Enhanced runtime output. As for =1, but limited additional diagnostic info is given. Some previously silent warnings are added. Also, internal VINCIA diagnostics histograms are booked and filled, especially for matching. These can be printed by the user at any time (e.g., after a run) using the
option3 : Debug runtime output. As for =2, but as much diagnostic output as possible is given for each error or warning. Also, a consistency check is added to each branching by reclustering the resulting momenta back using the corresponding inverse kinematics map and checking that the original momenta are recovered within the desired numerical precision. Note: the kinematics check will slow down the speed of event generation.
option4 : As for =3. And: each
pTnext()call is explicitly announced, with system number and restart scale printed out, respectively. .
option5 : As for =4. And: momentum listings are printed for each configuration that violates Paccept <= 1.
option6 : As for =5. And: each main function call is explicitly announced with begin and end printed to output.
option7 : As for =6. And: most function calls are explicitly announced with begin and end printed to output (still only partly implemented).
option8 : As for =7. And: last semi-sensible level of output.
option9 : As for =8. And: all possible output.
string num2str(x, int width)converts a number,
double) to a string of width
widthfor formatted output.
string bool2str(bool b)converts a bool to a string ("y"/"n") for formatted output.
void printOut(int verbLevel, string place, string message);if the current
verbosesetting is greater than or equal to
verbLevel, this command prints the string
stdout, prefaced by
void printErr(int verbLevel, string place, string message);same as above but prints to