DDCompareCPV

This tool allows users to compare two in-memory DDCompactView graphs. It uses a group of comparators in DDCompareTools.h. The help file for this tool:

DDCompareCPV [options] configurationFileName1 configurationFileName2 Compares two DDCompactViews
Allowed options:
  -h [ --help ]               Print this help message
  -f [ --file1 ] arg          XML configuration file name. Default is 
                              DetectorDescription/RegressionTest/test/configura
                              tion.xml
  -g [ --file2 ] arg          XML configuration file name. Default is 
                              DetectorDescription/RegressionTest/test/configura
                              tion.xml
  -t [ --dist-tolerance ] arg Value tolerance for distances (in mm). Default 
                              value 0.0004 (anything larger is an error)
  -r [ --rot-tolerance ] arg  Value tolerance for rotation matrix elements. 
                              Default value is 0.0004 (anything larger is an 
                              error)
  -s [ --spec-tolerance ] arg Value tolerance for rotation matrix elements. 
                              Default value is 0.0004 (anything larger is an 
                              error) NOT USED YET
  -u [ --user-ns ]            Use the namespaces in each file and do NOT use 
                              the filename as namespace. Default is to use the 
                              filename of each file in the configuration.xml 
                              file as a filename
  -c [ --comp-rot ]           Use the rotation name when comparing rotations. 
                              Default is to use the matrix only and not the 
                              name when comparing DDRotations
  -e [ --continue-on-error ]  Continue after an error in values. Default is to 
                              stop at the first error. NOT IMPLEMENTED
  -a [ --attempt-resync ]     Continue after an error in graph position, 
                              attempt to resync. Default is to stop at the 
                              first mis-match of the graph. NOT IMPLEMENTED

-- MichaelCase - 19-Apr-2011

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