real-time financial data
thb at documentfoundation.org
Sat Nov 23 05:26:36 PST 2013
Daniel Pocock wrote:
> On 22/11/13 20:17, Thorsten Behrens wrote:
> > Not sure that would be overly smart to have as a core feature -
> > urls and formats for these things tend to be a bit in flux. ;)
> That is where a middleware like OpenMAMA comes in handy - OpenMAMA
> (with a messaging broker or multicast solution like avis or ZeroMQ
> underneath) can distribute the prices around on your local network for
> different users and applications.
Would you be interested in working on integrating such a thing?
> > For your original question wrt. a suitable example:
> > http://www.enigmacurry.com/archive/2009/12/1/
> The description looks very similar to what I had in mind, but I notice
> that is in Python.
> For OpenMAMA, there is a C++ and Java API and I notice that
> LibreOffice offers both C++ and Java extension writing tutorials. Can
> you make any comment on which might be the better choice and any
> example in one of those languages? I suspect C++ would be the better
> choice for performance.
For an extension, C++ is a less-desirable choice. If you're confident
hacking something up in C++, it would perhaps be indeed best to aim
for a core implementation. Conversely, Java or Python are nice fits
for extensions (with the added bonus that you can target past releases
of LibreOffice with that, and are not tied in any way to the main
LibreOffice release schedule).
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