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Multicharts 8.0 Release Candidate now available here.

A few of the new or improved features:
  • CQG data feed and broker added
  • build Better Renko bars from all resolutions - tick, second, minute, etc

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A few of the new or improved features:
CQG data feed and broker added

Len

If you are using IB, you may want to take a look at this Using Multicharts to compare IB Vs CQG

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MC 8 is finally released and is available for download, more info here.

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So how does MC tend to be around new releases in terms of bugs and such? Should I install right now or wait for 8.1?

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So how does MC tend to be around new releases in terms of bugs and such? Should I install right now or wait for 8.1?

MC tends to be fairly stable. I have been using MC8 since the early betas with no issue. I also did this for MC7.

Sometimes there was variances in terms of memory usage, but that was the only noticeable thing for me.

That is just my experience though...

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Yes, you can use C# DLL's in EasyLanguage.

If you look towards the end of the thread "Educated by Randomness" I have an example of using an external function in a DLL within EasyLanguage.

Thanks Mike, but as I understand it from the "Eduated by Randomness"-thread, that C# dll didn't work. Do you, or someone else, knows about a working example of calling a C# dll in PowerLanguage? I sadly couldn't find any, so any suggestions appreciated.

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Thanks Mike, but as I understand it from the "Eduated by Randomness"-thread, that C# dll didn't work. Do you, or someone else, knows about a working example of calling a C# dll in PowerLanguage? I sadly couldn't find any, so any suggestions appreciated.

Issue was 32-bit vs 64-bit binary. I've not really done much more work with MultiCharts.

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Time and Sales....

Is a T&S going to be included in this release?

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Is a T&S going to be included in this release?

MultiCharts 8 is already released, but the T&S isn't included - actually, it's isn't even scheduled to be included in any future version.

See this and this project management issue. The first mentioned feature request is apparently already 1.5 years old so I wouldn't hold your breath.

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RAM requirements as a function of size of historical data file?


Anyone know what the RAM requirements are for this program? I.e., suppose you want to import, chart, and backtest a 5 GB historical tick data file; how much RAM does MC draw on to do this? I ask because I've seen a program that needs to have available RAM equal to to about 10x the size of the file you are importing; so with, for instance, 16 GB of RAM (leaving 15 available after the system), you are limited to importing and working on about a 1.5 GB tick file.

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