Release Notes: This release fixed a problem that occured when the server was used in -w (Web) mode to access its data from yahoo.com. Yahoo! made a small change to the format of its data that caused previous versions to fail when retrieving the data.
Release Notes: This version incorporates usability improvements.
Release Notes: This is a beta release to allow current users to try out the latest version, as of May 18, of the mas executables. New features include Bollinger Bands and a Parabolic SAR indicator, as well as improvements that allowed these indicators to be created. There is a new MAS Control Terminal component.
Release Notes: This is the first official release of the Windows port. Additionally, some functionality has been added, such as the ability to retrieve end-of-day data from yahoo.com and more flexibility in how new technical indicators can be constructed.
Release Notes: The ability to handle open interest - futures data and the ability to get market data from an external "plug-in" script, such as QuoteMonster, have been added. See the changelog for more changes.
Release Notes: A new capability to compress data when requested by the GUI client (via an addition to the client/server protocol) to speed up data transfer over a network, changing the database access scheme to keep a database connection open during the entire process's life and disconnect on exit (noticeably speeds up data access), and new operators (rounded value, square root, power).
Release Notes: GUI changes: Support for intraday data. Screen layout improvements: Bars in the right and bottom margins (and the date and numeric reference values moved to within these bars to clean up the clutter they were causing when they were inside the graph), and display of reference values for indicators in the bottom right margin; values for the last indicator selected are displayed. Server changes: Database capability for the Linux version (MAS can now obtain its market data from a database instead of from files, on both Linux and Windows), extended validation of input data to be much more robust, a strict checking option to specify that all records with errors are to be discarded, capability to handle intraday data (the server can now produce 10-, 15-, 20-, 30-minute, and hourly data from 5-minute data and the same set plus 2-minute data from 1-minute data), and an improved commandline interface for adding, editing, and removing technical indicators, market analyzers, and market event registrants.
Release Notes: It was ported to Windows. Bug fixes and minor extensions were made to the server and the GUI client. The project moved to Sourceforge.
Release Notes: Minor functionality added to the server, bug fixes in the server and GUI client, additional documentation.