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Release Notes: This release migrates the build system to CMake. There are assorted minor bugfixes and enhancements.

  •  13 Jun 2011 03:39

Release Notes: This release makes sure tests behave properly for all combinations of momentum and length.

  •  30 Mar 2011 20:54

Release Notes: Handles cases where there is an invalid line type.

  •  03 Jan 2011 22:04

Release Notes: Makes sure the GenParticle copy constructor copies flow. It adds a test for the flow copy. It fixes small leaks from reading streaming input.

  •  11 Aug 2010 22:09

Release Notes: This release allows named weights. It adds iterator range classes that mimic container functionality. Event header lines (excluding E) can now be in arbitrary order. The functions Polarization::is_defined() and Polarization::set_undefined() have been added. Pythia and Herwig wrappers have been condensed. Deprecated ParticleDataTable has been removed.

  •  31 Mar 2010 16:36

Release Notes: Minor bugs were fixed.

  •  16 Jul 2009 00:43

Release Notes: The generated cross section may optionally be stored in GenCrossSection on an event by event basis. There are new GenEvent streaming input and output operators. Output precision may be specified. Input will deal gracefully with corrupt data. The IO_Exception class is used when throwing and catching errors. GenParticle has convenience methods, including is_undecayed(), has_decayed(), and is_beam_particle(). IO_GenEvent will ignore the GenCrossSection line if it is present.

  •  09 Jan 2009 10:38

Release Notes: General cleanup was done to get rid of various compiler warnings. A HWHGUP inconsistency problem in IO_HERWIG was fixed.

  •  25 Jul 2008 10:42

Release Notes: Minor Visual C++ bugs were fixed.

  •  28 Apr 2008 10:37

Release Notes: Minor bugfixes for gcc 4.3.0 support.

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