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IQFeed plugin 1.9.1

A new release (v1.9.1) of IQFeed plugin is available now for download from:

http://www.amibroker.com/bin/IQFeed1910.exe

CHANGES (as compared to 1.9.1):

  1. fixed ‘tick’ base interval mode
  2. fixed access violation that occurred when switching base time interval for existing database
  3. other minor fixes

CHANGES (as compared to 1.8.2):

  1. implemented support for Mixed EOD/Intraday mode (to turn it on go to File->Database Settings->Intraday settings and check “Allow mixed EOD/Intraday data”
  2. implemented support for tick/5-second/15-second base time interval – this REQUIRES support for second resolution on IQFeed servers which is due to release June 16th, 2007.

There is also new video tutorial showing how to configure database with IQFeed as a data source:
http://www.amibroker.com/video/IQFeed.html

More information can be found at:
http://www.amibroker.com/iqfeed.html

IMPORTANT:
IQFeed has released new IQFeed client software (4.2.1.4) available from:

http://www.iqfeed.net/dev/api/iqfeed_client_4_2_1_4.exe

Upgrading to this new version is REQUIRED for proper operation after IQFeed upgrade of their server software.

AmiBroker 4.99.0 BETA released

A new beta version (4.99.0) of AmiBroker has just been released.

It is available for registered users only from the members area at:
http://www.amibroker.com/members/bin/ab4990beta.exe

(File size: 1 324 630 bytes, 1.3 MB)

This is basically bug fix release. Most important change is new internal low-fragmentation heap for quote cache and trading signal memory that works around Windows inability to manage its own virtual memory efficiently. That should address “out of memory” errors when running very long optimizations.

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 !

The CHANGE LOG and instructions are included in the READ ME file:
AmiBroker 4.99.0 BETA Read Me – MUST READ THIS

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  1. AFL Code Wizard instructional video can be found at: http://www.amibroker.com/video/amiwiz/AFLWiz1.html
  2. 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
  3. 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/

AmiBroker 4.98.0 BETA released

A new beta version (4.98.0) of AmiBroker has just been released.

It is available for registered users only from the members area at:
http://www.amibroker.com/members/bin/ab4980beta.exe

(File size: 1 323 823 bytes, 1.3 MB)

The highlights of this release are:

  1. 5-tier flexible commission table added in automatic analysis / settings
  2. HTML import/export fixes
  3. Other fixes

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 !

The CHANGE LOG and instructions are included in the READ ME file:
AmiBroker 4.98.0 BETA Read Me – MUST READ THIS

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  1. AFL Code Wizard instructional video can be found at: http://www.amibroker.com/video/amiwiz/AFLWiz1.html
  2. 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
  3. 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/