kspace_style ewald style incompatible with pair_style reax

Dear all,

I present below initial part of my input file:
---------------------- input file --------------------
units real

atom_style charge
read_data data.rdx_2x2x2

pair_style reax 10.0 1 1 1.0e-6
pair_coeff * * ffield.reax 1 2 3 4
kspace_style ewald 1.0e-4
---------------end of input file -----------------------

When I run it with the lammps-5^th April 2011 version, I get the
following error:
---------------------- error output ----------------------------
LAMMPS (5 Apr 2011)
Reading data file ...
  orthogonal box = (0 0 0) to (26.304 23.148 21.418)
  4 by 4 by 2 processor grid
  1344 atoms
WARNING: Resetting reneighboring criteria during minimization
Ewald initialization ...
ERROR: KSpace style is incompatible with Pair style
------------------- end of erroe output ----------------------

Therefore I conclude that "kspace_style ewald" cannot be used with
"pair_style reax". My queries are:
1) Is my conclusion right or am I missing something during compilation
or in my input file.
2) reax potential allows charges on the atoms to be calculated during
run-time using a Electron Equilibration Method (J. Phys. Chem. A 2001,
105, 9396-9409). This indicates that one should do an Ewald summation
when one has periodic boundary conditions. Does the current
implementation of pair_style reax do this seperately? I use the
FORTRAN implementation of the ReaxFF potential.

Thanking you.

ReaxFF is self-contained - you shouldn't use a Kspace
style with it. ReaxFF does its own charge equilibration
which is effectively a long-range calculation.



Thank you. I guess I should read up more about the potential and see
the source code for its implementation.

Best Regards