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POLLS & SURVEYS » Operating System Support for Future Software Versions? Sep 1, 2004 10:00 PM (Total replies: 11)

I've gotten it working under Wine. It involved copying a handful of dlls out of my Windows partition, however. I don't think I got an actual install to work, but did it through copying the executable. It seemed to work without a lot of problems, using a program I had written in Visual Studio to access the data via TCP/IP.

Ultimately, I decided this was too much complexity such that, although I do all my development and run all my servers using Linux, I dedicate one machine running Win 2K to the IQFeed. This is not a happy solution for me, in addition to the fact that I have to reboot my machine anytime I want to do development.

To the DTN developers: don't take Wine as a reason to put Linux development on the backburner. I don't know anyone who considers Wine stable enough for production applications, and it is unknown when this will ever be the case. You should release a native client for Linux. Some folks are zealots for the open source thing, but I would be fine with a binary-only release, and I think many other people would be also.

Edited by radams on Sep 1, 2004 at 10:05 PM

IQFeed Developer Support » Summary Message Format Aug 31, 2004 11:10 AM (Total replies: 2)

I think they are the same ones as are in the update message.

POLLS & SURVEYS » Operating System Support for Future Software Versions? Aug 30, 2004 07:46 PM (Total replies: 11)

I concur: Linux would be my preference.

IQFeed Developer Support » QQQ Option Chains Jun 25, 2004 11:46 AM (Total replies: 4)

Quote: However I am ruling out the possibility that all the symbols are not being returned.


Did you mean to say that you are not ruling out this possibility?

IQFeed Developer Support » QQQ Option Chains Jun 22, 2004 01:01 PM (Total replies: 4)

I have two issues related to acquiring option chains for QQQ, with a command such as:
OEC,QQQ,0,0; via the TCP interface to port 9100.

1) The number of put or call options is artificially limited to 255, when there are more available.
2) The "nears" option (which I assume narrows down the returned symbols to those whose strike prices are near the current equity price) does not appear to do anything.

Thanks for clarifying these two issues for me.

Ryan


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