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AmiBroker 4.91.0 BETA released

A new beta version (4.91.0) of AmiBroker has just been released.

It is available for registered users only from the members area at:
http://www.amibroker.com/members/bin/ab4910beta.exe

(File size: 1 205 115 bytes, 1.2 MB)

If you forgot your user name / password to the members area you can use automatic reminder service at: http://www.amibroker.com/login.html

Remember that this is a BETA software. So BACKUP YOUR FILES FIRST !

Highlights:

  1. Unlimited watch lists
  2. Watch lists keep the order in which symbols were inserted
  3. new AFL statements: switch/break/continue
  4. enhanced real-time quote window display

The CHANGE LOG and instructions are included in the READ ME file:
AmiBroker 4.91.0 BETA Read Me – MUST READ THIS

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  1. If you are using Firewall you may need to check if it did not block Broker.EXE file after upgrade. (It happened to some users that firewall blocked AmiBroker after upgrade and they could not connect to RT data sources due
  2. If your formula uses the following names: switch, case, break, continue, default as user-defined variable identifier then you would need to rename them. To do so follow the instructions in this article: http://www.amibroker.com/kb/2007/04/05/new-keywords-in-afl-and-possible-conflict-with-user-defined-variables/

3 Responses to “AmiBroker 4.91.0 BETA released”

  1. mike
    April 4th, 2007 | 10:05 am

    Thanks for the new version; looks like some good stuff.

    I may need to update my IB, which is using the IB interface w/ AmiBroker. What version of IB are you now supporting or have you tested? I’d like to upgrade to the Feb or March version.

    THanks

  2. April 5th, 2007 | 4:54 am

    For all of you that get AFL errors with 4.91:
    You have to make sure that your formulas do not use:

    switch, case, break, continue, default

    as variable names. The above words are now reserved AFL keywords
    and must not be used as variable names.

    For more information about these new reserved words please read the Read Me.

  3. April 5th, 2007 | 5:30 am

    If you want to replace reserved words quickly in all files check this article:
    http://www.amibroker.com/kb/2007/04/05/new-keywords-in-afl-and-possible-conflict-with-user-defined-variables/