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  •  22 Jan 2006 11:51

Release Notes: The Debian dependency on libtk-png-perl has been removed, as Tk::PNG is now part of the main perl-tk Debian packages. There are no actual code changes.

  •  26 Dec 2002 19:32

Release Notes: Quote gathering code has been outsourced into the newest Finance::YahooQuote, of which version 0.18 is now required. Small cleanups were made in the program initialization code.

  •  07 Aug 2002 00:09

Release Notes: New display columns and sort options for earnings, p/e ratio, dividend yields and market capitalization were added. A new sort option "file order" for a display as per the .smtm file order which allows for thematic grouping of stocks and indices was also added, along with a new examples files, indices.smtm. The documented was updated documentation accordingly, and completed in order for the first CPAN upload of smtm.

  •  28 Jun 2002 01:59

Release Notes: In this release, Yahoo! server support was rewritten: thanks to better support by Yahoo!, stocks no longer need to be bucketed per global region which results in even more supported countries (e.g. all of South America) and should leave few, if any, markets excluded. A (somewhat rewritten) patch to cope better with erroneous data from Yahoo! was also applied.

  •  15 Jan 2002 22:18

Release Notes: A new (optional) display column 'drawdown' with the percentage decrease relative to the highest price of the past 52 weeks, a new sort option, and small updates and corrections to the documentation.

  •  23 May 2001 04:48

Release Notes: Added support for options (on US/Canadian exchanges), corrected return calculation for short positions, and added several new example portfolios covering indices, mutual funds, options.

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