|| Fixed in
||Output functions RGE\[Epsilon], RGE\[Epsilon]Max, RGEM1Tilde return wrong
values in the energy range between the masses of the lightest and the next-to-lightest right-handed neutrino.
||RGEGetSolution: optional parameter "direction" will produce wrong output unless the given scale
is the mass of a right-handed neutrino.
||RGELogTicksLabeledNegExp produces error messages and does not return the labeled tick.
||Output functions RGE\[Epsilon]1, RGE\[Epsilon]1Max, RGEM1Tilde: wrong
definition of Higgs vev used and output by factor of 10^9 too large due to
a conversion problem (GeV <-> eV).
||RGERotateM: Normalization of eigenvectors corrected
||RGERotateM: The basis of the output was changed from the requirement that M
is diagonal to M is real and diagonal
||RGETemplate.nb: Bug in function \epsilon fixed.
||RGEHowTo.nb and "First Steps" section of the manual: The Majorana
phases are set by RGE\[CurlyPhi]i rather than RGE\[Phi]i.
||Some small bugs in the documentation.
||Bug removed which was introduced in Version 1.5.1: Some functions have been inserted in the model files twice leading
to errors. Thanks to Thomas Dent who discovered the bug.
||Error in SU(2) gauge couplings of models RGEMSSMTriplet* has been corrected.
||REAP does not work with Mathematica 6.0.x due to a bug in NDSolve.
Names of matrices are not allowed to start with "Y" when they are passed
to NDSolve. Mathematica 5.x works fine. Therefore we do not recommend
to use Mathematica 6. There is a bugfix release on the download page.
|| Mathematica 7
||Small changes to allow REAP to be used with Mathematica 7.x .
||RGESetModelOptions does not work
||There can only be up to three SM singlets due to a restriction/bug
in the implementation of NDSolve in Mathematica. This has already
been reported to
|| Mathematica 9?
||REAP does not work with Mathematica 9.
||The running of the singlet masses can be discontinuous at thresholds
for complex mass matrices.
||RGEGetRightHanded\[Nu]Masses does not work in Mathematica 10.