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Re: FeynArts

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  • Subject: [mg13824] Re: FeynArts
  • From: Rolf Mertig <rolfm at>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Aug 1998 04:41:04 -0400
  • Organization: Mertig Research & Consulting
  • References: <6s5m7h$>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

the original FeynArts1.0 can be adapted to Mathematica 3.0 and if you
need it I can send you my patch.
However, there is a more general different version, FeynArts2.2,
maintained by Th. Hahn
at the University of Karlsruhe; you can download FeynArts2.2 by ftp (see
the link
on my home page (


Jack Huesman wrote:

> Hello,
> I have tried to install the FeynArts package on Mathematica 3.0 I
> followed the instructions in the manual that comes with the package,
> but I still get a great number of error messages. They are
> When the kernel first starts, I get an error message Syntax::sntoctl:
>     3 octal digits are required after \ to construct and 8-bit
> character.
> this error does not occur if I remove the line $Path=Append[$Path,
> "D:\Wolfram.......FeynmanArt"] but the directory is added to the path,
> so this is a minor problem.
> When I try to load the package with
> <<FeynArts.m
> I get the following messages
> FeynArts 1.0 for Mathematica 2.0 (October 1991) by Hagen Eck and Sepp
> Kueblbeck
> [additional packages being loaded]
> SetAttributes::sym : Argument {QMM11, QMM12, QMM13}
>     at position 1 is expected to be a symbol. Get::noopen : Cannot open
> CreateTopologies.m. Get::noopen : Cannot open InsertFields.m.
> Get::noopen : Cannot open CreateFeynAmp.m. General::stop : Further
> output of Get::noopen will
>     be suppressed during this calculation.
> I was wondering if there was something I needed to do differently on 3.0
> since this package was evidently written for 2.0.
> Thank you,

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