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Atem is a fast command line tool that converts MetaStock financial binary data to CSV.

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  •  06 Feb 2013 22:39

Release Notes: This release will not abort if Master or Fx.dat files are larger then needed. The symbol column was not printed if a symbol was empty. The last separator is not printed if no data columns are given. A segfault if the --format string contains only spaces has been fixed. The test suite has been refactored for reliability and portability.

  •  23 May 2012 23:57

Release Notes: This release ignores the Master file when it shows the wrong "dat record length in bytes", fixes reading wrongly-aligned numbers (bus error on sparc), fixes build failures when BSD tar is used, and cleans the byteorder code using system headers if possible (boobs.h magic).

  •  23 Mar 2012 22:06

Release Notes: A few CLI improvements and minor portability fixes. Minor internal code cleanup and build chain tweaks. A man page has been added. There is a simple test suite (make check). A new option --float-[openint|volume] to print floats rather than ints. --format accepts user friendly column names rather than bitset only. Big endian systems (e.g. PPC) are supported.

  •  21 Oct 2011 21:01

Release Notes: This release makes it possible to distribute static Windows binaries, replaces libpopt with gengetopt-generated code, never writes CRLF line feeds on win32, handles not existing SIGPIPE on win32, adds the option [-oFILE|--output=FILE] for those who don't want to write to stdout, hide debug options in the --help message, and adds the option --full-help.

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09 Feb 2013 00:45 billybond Thumbs up

thanks for this great work!

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