ROOT Version: 6.28
Platform: Windows 11
When I try to load a c++ macro with ‘.L program.C+’ root does not find it. E.g.,
root  simu2XDStarLnu(2)
input_line_17:2:3: error: use of undeclared identifier ‘simu2XDStarLnu’
If I use plain ‘.L’ w/o the ‘+’ it works fine. However, this intended to be a simulation and I need the increased speed of compiled code.
How do I find and run in when compiled. It seems to be this worked when I used ‘root’ on Linux long ago.