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Saying that GEISHA is the default was incorrect on my part. I seem to have Geant3 on the brain. :)
I am aware of the hadronic lists page. I assume these have a correspondence with the new hadronic_lists/lists in Geant4 6.0.
I am currently using LHEP with Packaging in our applications, similar to Mokka v02-03.
The specific sitation I am wondering about is "plugging in" either the FLUKA or MICAPS physics models? These were specifically mentioned to me by a researcher here.
I know FLUKA can be interfaced with the FLUGG C++ software. However, this requires "ripping out" a lot of the Geant4 guts in the application. I believe MICAPS is FORTRAN-only with no existent C++ interface.
Perhaps we should stick with the hadronic physics lists and not bother with these two packages. As you pointed out, there are a wide variety of internal models to choose from with a thorough set of use cases.
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