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Tue, 2 Dec 2014 23:43:22 +0000
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Hi, Sho.

I noticed that the EVIO to LCIO converter command line tool is written such that when giving a number of events to run using the -n argument, it actually runs that many events from each input EVIO file.  (So if you specify 500 events and 5 files, it actually runs a total of 2500 events, etc.)

Is this the intended behavior?  I would have thought it more logical that -n establishes an absolute limit on the number of events to process in the entire job, but perhaps it was never intended to be used that way.

Thanks.

óJeremy
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