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yepher
353 posts
msg #31772
Ignore yepher
4/16/2004 9:17:15 AM

All,

I have a very simple editor that should help with creating your filters. It will do syntax highlighting so you can see which words actually have some signicance and which ones are just filler to make it more readable.

You can download it from here:
http://yepher.com/~yepher/stockFetcher.zip

Once you unzip it you will find a directory that contains a readme file that will describe how to run it.

I included the source code as well so you can change it however you see fit.

There is no save button or file button. You will have to copy your filter to and from the editor. I hear StockFetcher may release an API that allows us to intereact programatically with it so maybe this can be the biginning of an open source platform independant tool to manage Stock Fetcher Filters.

-- Chris




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