As RC6 is expired on 31th of March, RC7 was made available for download
(exp. 30th of September)Expiration cycle/official release schedule is
now twice a year (no sense in shorter one with the number of bugs being
reported/level of stability achieved...
Built new devbuilds of qPad RC7 standalone (c.dll is no longer
required).Links to 32-bit and 64-bit are
me know if there are any problems.Cheers,Oleg
Dear Charlie, or anybody from Kx Is there kdb+ 3.0-ready k.h, c.dll &
c.lib (w32, w64) - recognizing (-)02h guid type?Would like to update
qpad for 3.0 early adopters/enthusiasts, but can't without them Also,
is there something somewhere to read ab...
Hi!I was very grateful for the new way of connecting to the
instance(with timeout specified) and want to take advantage of
thefunctionality :).The way I figured to use c.dll from MSVC++
application was based onc.lib (using c.dll) linked statically in...
Just wanted to announce that project I've been working on and off
forabout a year now is at the stage when its ready for public eye
:).It's kdb+ client windows application - written in native C++
withminimal external dependencies (no .Net/Java requir...
Thank you, Stephen!Great progress on keywords, some are still missing
though. (do, while that I've noticed).Will be promoted as default
setting for the next qPad version's F1 with cursor on keywords (Can be
used now, put https://code.kx.com/v2/ref/ i...
Thing to watch out for (in my experience) is grouping by price levels
(especially when calculating some of them) because ~ is using comp
tolerance, while grouping (incl. by) obviously doesn't.Cheers,Oleg
Easy You've hopened the same instance you were on. 0 handle (self) is
useful for some things you don't need to hopen it to use, and
obviously you can't close it.NB. Stuff you're executing on 0 handle goes
to .z.ps, but executed synchronously retu...
It would be nice to have an ability to go directly to the keyword
reference by some URL/keyword for the sake of qPad's "F1 @ keyword", but
new documentation's search can be used instead (differs by one
additional click on a first result), so no that ...