1 - Do you have any incentive to add a unix/linux version of the windows iqconnect.exe listener sometime in the future? My reasoning is that there are much better servers available without requiring a windows server OS, so this would be a nice feature.
2 - Who's the best person to talk to in order to get a ballpark of pricing for Nanex? I had reached out a few times to Jerry Chandler over email and heard back once but then email responses stopped. I'm interested in understanding my options and the base costs from an individuals perspective. If pricing is catered to person specific, I'm fine signing an NDA to not disclose pricing options to others.
Thanks in advance for the help and taking the time to do ama.
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We have dozens of developers writing to LINUX using WINE with no issues, so there isn't an urgency to offer a native client for LINUX. We are considering a cross-platform version of IQFeed for LINUX and Mac but it's way down on the list.
Jerry is the best person to visit with regarding NxCore/Nanex. His number is 800-511-0096, ext 8229 if you'd like to call him.
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