Using Fatal() instead of Error() and abort()
authorhristov <hristov@f7af4fe6-9843-0410-8265-dc069ae4e863>
Mon, 28 Oct 2002 17:11:26 +0000 (17:11 +0000)
committerhristov <hristov@f7af4fe6-9843-0410-8265-dc069ae4e863>
Mon, 28 Oct 2002 17:11:26 +0000 (17:11 +0000)
ITS/AliITSClusterFinder.cxx

index 0402675cd0d44bbfc75ccbc4b68938b27fa5920c..8050b4a805fbb94e488e993e173df40eb384477f 100644 (file)
@@ -159,8 +159,7 @@ void AliITSClusterFinder::FindRawClusters(Int_t module){
                if(clust0->IndexOf(dig)>=0) break;
            } // end for k
            if(k>=nc){
-               Error("FindRawClusters","Digit not found as expected");
-               abort();
+               Fatal("FindRawClusters","Digit not found as expected");
            } // end if
            if(j[1]>=0){
                dig = (AliITSdigit*)(digs->At(j[1]));
@@ -170,8 +169,7 @@ void AliITSClusterFinder::FindRawClusters(Int_t module){
                    if(clust1->IndexOf(dig)>=0) break;
                } // end for k2
                if(k2>=nc){
-                   Error("FindRawClusters","Digit not found as expected");
-                   abort();
+                   Fatal("FindRawClusters","Digit not found as expected");
                } // end if
            } // end if j[1]>=0
            // Found cluster with neighboring digits add this one to it.