TradeScript™ has been under
development and testing by a large number of beta users over the course of
several years. By the date of release, TradeScript™ is considered to be a
mature, fully functional and stable product. Throughout the testing process we
have established very detailed minimum system requirements.
Minimum system requirements are
64MB RAM and a 700MHZ CPU, running Windows 98,
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8. TradeScript™ is designed to take
advantage of 64 bit processors if available and newer APIs such as those found
in Windows 8, if available.
Performance tests have been
conducted to simulate poor operating conditions such as Windows 98, 600MHz CPU
with minimal RAM. No problems were identified.
TradeScript™ is thread-safe. There
is no set limit as to the maximum number of threads that may run simultaneously.
The average script will consume no more than 1% of available CPU load (maximum
stress) tested on a 2GHz system with 64MB RAM under Windows 2000.
An Internet connection is not
required to run TradeScript™.
Data may come from any source and may represent any security (stocks, options,
futures, forex, etc.). Data is inserted into TradeScript™ by means of a
function call (refer to the
TradeScript™ processes bars and
not raw time series. There are no set limits in terms of periodicity of bars.
Real-time updates may be appended to the last value of a 1 minute bar, for
here to download the API help file for Windows.
here to download the TradeScript Programmer's Guide.