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# $Id: README,v 1.30 1996/12/02 01:38:45 ohl Exp $
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    This is feynmf, a combined LaTeX/Metafont package for easy drawing
    of professional quality Feynman diagrams.  feynmf lays out most
    diagrams satisfactorily from the structure of the graph without
    any need for manual intervention.  Nevertheless all the power of
    Metafont is available for more obscure cases.  See the
    documentation for appetizers, examples and more details.

    A preformatted manual (`manual.ps.gz') is provided to wet your
    appetite with numerous examples.

    Anyway, you are invited to share, use, abuse, and improve it, see
    the file COPYING for details.

    Enjoy,
    -Thorsten

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   Installation:

   You need a recent LaTeX (LaTeX2e, as of December 1994 is
   sufficient) to use feynmf,  docstrip.tex to install it and doc.sty
   to typeset the documentation.  If it is not already on your system,
   you can get all this (and much more) from your nearest CTAN host.

   To install, either use the Makefile or use the installation file
   feynmf.ins:

     $ latex feynmf.ins

   then you can typeset the documentation by

     $ latex fmfman.drv
     $ mf '\mode:=laserjet; input fmfsamp1'
     $ mf '\mode:=laserjet; input fmfsamp2'
     $ mf '\mode:=laserjet; input fmfsamp3'
     $ mf '\mode:=laserjet; input fmfsamp4'
     $ latex fmfman.drv
     $ makeindex -s gind.ist -o fmfman.ind fmfman.idx
     $ makeindex -s gglo.ist -o fmfman.gls fmfman.glo
     $ latex fmfman.drv

   or by using the Makefile (`make man').  That's it.

   There is also a simple example `template.tex' that you can use as
   a template for your own creations.  To typeset, either use the
   feynmf script

     $ feynmf template

   or run Metafont manually

     $ latex template
     $ mf '\mode:=localfont; input fmftempl'
     $ latex template

   Finally, there is another installation file for LaTeX 2.09 compatible
   versions: feynmf209.ins.  This file has to be processed _in addition_
   to feynmf.ins!

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WARNING:

    If LaTeX fails with `Unknown graphics extension: 3', you have a
    slightly out-of-date graphics.sty file (LaTeX will have issued a
    warning in this case).  There has been a change to the user
    interface, which makes it very hard to support both versions.
    Sorry.  I have chosen to support the current one, which will
    hopefully be stable.

    You can work around this by either getting a more recent graphics
    package from CTAN (macros/latex/packages/graphics) or by using
    epsf.sty instead (`\let\includegraphics\epsffile\input epsf.sty').
    [You can also ignore it and get the preformatted manual.  But you
    will not be able to use the MetaPost version in this case.]

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    Comments, bug reports and improvements are welcome at:

        Thorsten.Ohl@Physik.TH-Darmstadt.de
        (aka: ohl@crunch.ikp.physik.th-darmstadt.de)

    New versions can be found in:

        crunch.ikp.physik.th-darmstadt.de:/pub/ohl/feynmf

    or at CTAN:

        {ftp.shsu.edu,ftp.tex.ac.uk,ftp.dante.de}:
          ... macros/latex/contrib/supported/feynmf

    There are two mailing lists

        feynmf-announce@crunch.ikp.physik.th-darmstadt.de
        feynmf-bugs@crunch.ikp.physik.th-darmstadt.de

    both are open for subscription.  The former should be very low
    volume and carry only important announcements.  The latter can
    serve as a more general discussion forum.

    To subscribe, send mail to

        majordomo@crunch.ikp.physik.th-darmstadt.de

    and NOT to the lists itself.  The following commands (on a line in
    the body of the mail, not in the subject) are useful: `subscribe
    feynmf-announce', `unsubscribe feynmf-bugs', `help', etc.

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