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cvs co -dSUSYv2 -rpre2 UserCode/ICFSusy/AnalysisV2 
cd ./SUSYv2

# This will ask you a load of questions. If you are using a CERN machine, just
# press Enter to choose all the defaults and it should be fine. If you are using
# your own machine (i.e not SLC) choose the option Local for the second option
# and then specify the other options approriately (Note: For ubuntu with ROOT
# and boost-python installed, the defaults should just work).

# Now source the created file (setup.csh for tcsh, for bash)
source setup.csh
cd framework

# Build the common framework code
make -f Debug
cd ../onelepton

# Build the one lepton analysis code
make -f Debug
# Hopefully these will both succeed. If not, something strange has happened.
# In that case let me know. The warnings are harmless and can be ignored for now.
# First make the directory for your results to go into
cd ..
mkdir results

# You can now run the provided demo script.  
cd ./scripts 

# This just runs some basic plots on a new SusyCAF format ntuple generated
# from run a QCD MC sample. It demonstrates several new features which are explained in
# the comments within the file. 



NB: Further documentation on the details of the ntupliser soon to come...

You'll find a sample ntuple of 1000 events made with the head recipe at: /castor/


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