slightly easier to use sed from gnu32win since you can use from normal command line.
open command line
type 'start .', this will open a folder...
there's email and assembla.com ticket notification.
I don't recall syntax offhand for email but pretty sure it's something straightforward like...
tradelink works fine, we've been around since 2008 and have tens of thousands of installs.
amazing industry claims to be this bad ass...
in tradelink you would do something like :
public class MyFlatAtClose : ResponseTemplate
int shutdownat = 155500;
vworker.com (formerly rentacoder)
tickdata.com if you need the entire market. if you need subsets cqg data factory will be more economical.
either way, tickdata is quite...
ask raymond at ib... api at interactivebrokers.com
the destination (SMART/ARCA/IDEALPRO/etc) is specified in the contract that is attached to the order, prior to sending.
you may wish to look at...
we're contributing to tradelink.org... its been around longest, has most downloads and hundreds of developers.
you may want to look at tradelink, it's free/open source and comes with an add-on strategy building tool.
couple of points....
tradelink is distributed under the LGPL, one of the most widely used OSS licenses. we did not write the LGPL, it's...
most of this stuff is going to only apply to sdk folks.
"1) I admit it was some time ago when I checked but I am absolutely positive...
we won't have time to respond to everything, we're going to try to address the most specific post by AI and avoid the cross currents.
when we need to find tradelink documentation using a searchable guide, we use google.
you may want to look at tradelink.
it's free and open source, been around since 2008, works with 15+ brokers and has 400+ strong developer...
you may wish to check out tradelink.
tradelink is :
* open source since 2008
* tick by tick
* supports most discretionary and algorithmic...
we use both c++ and .net in tradelink. for many components of the librarys near identical code/algos are used across languages.
WinstonTJ also offers l1/l2 data service. dont know the details.
you can also check out savvis.
i believe the ET user WinstonTJ has a service that may be along the lines of what you want.
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