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Geant4 is a physical library, used for radiation or other physics simulations. To take advantage of the Geant4 library, the user should inherit the classes which are provided in the library and embody the three classes required by C++ language. Because it is usually difficult and takes a lot of time for a physicist to embody these classes, we are developing a user interface system named Geant4Editor in order to provide a more convenient integrated simulation environment in which to edit and generate the Geant4 source code. In this paper, we explore the weak points of the existing programs, and analyze the Geant4 library execution process and mandatory class definition rules, so as to allow the mandatory classes to be generated simply by inputting parameters and to provide a more convenient integrated simulation environment. Geant4Editor is based on Win32, and runs in the Windows environment.