Financial Information exchange (FIX) protocol and ruby

Does anybody have worked with quickfix or any other Financial
Information exchange (FIX) protocol library or engine using ruby?
I am especially interested in engine that can be used on Linux and/or
Windows operating systems.

Are you actually looking for a full-scale FIX engine in Ruby? Something
like
Javelin? I’ve implemented the FIX protocol before, but only for proxying
and
validating it, not to build a complete engine. Do you also need FIXml
support?

On May 14, 8:24 pm, dima [email protected] wrote:

Does anybody have worked with quickfix or any other Financial
Information exchange (FIX) protocol library or engine using ruby?
I am especially interested in engine that can be used on Linux and/or
Windows operating systems.

My goal is to incorporate a FIX protocol in some application of mine.
At the moment I just do a research to find what my options are.

Personally I would like to use a ruby FIX engine but if no such exists
I will engage in an effort to building it.

The QuickFix has a ruby wrapper but it doesn’t work on Windows, at
least that’s what I find in documentation.

On May 15, 2007, at 3:00 AM, dima wrote:

I will engage in an effort to building it.

The QuickFix has a ruby wrapper but it doesn’t work on Windows, at
least that’s what I find in documentation.

Have you considered using a Java-based FIX engine from JRuby?
Currently JRuby is a little slower than standard Ruby, but the JRuby
developers say that’s just a temporary situation. If the Java-based
FIX engine has acceptable performance then using JRuby to access it
seems like a good solution.

BTW, my company has a lot of experience with FIX. We even offer
classes on FIX. If you need help with this, contact [email protected]

On May 15, 6:01 pm, Mark V. [email protected] wrote:

seems like a good solution.

BTW, my company has a lot of experience with FIX. We even offer
classes on FIX. If you need help with this, contact [email protected]

Definitely I should test the Java thought JRuby solution.

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