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Has anyone tried to develop a plugin in F#

Posted By AllenMorgan 8 Years Ago
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Posted Tuesday October 27 2009
I've been interested in this language for a while and its ideal application is doing Math type operations. It was based on Ocaml which is used in the trading systems almost exclusively at jane street capital http://www.janestcapital.com/

I haven't gotten round to downloading and installing RightEdge as yet, I'm still trialing Ninja and appreciate that one may not be able to debug and run F# code directly but would you be able to compile a DLL and call the functions in that?

If you did that can you attach Visual Studio debugger and breakpoint the code at all?

Many thanks in advance.
Posted Tuesday October 27 2009
Yes, you can add references to arbitrary .NET dlls, so you should be able to call your F# code. And you can also attach VS to the RightEdge process to get debugging support.

If you do use F# with RightEdge, we'd be interested in hearing how it went for you.

Thanks,
Daniel
Posted Wednesday November 11 2009
I have and as it was mentioned before, I just needed to reference a .NET dll and attach VS to RightEdge. As soon as the small system where I used F# is approved I'll share the link.
Posted Wednesday November 11 2009
Approved. Sorry for the delay, for some reason we were not notified of a pending system.
Posted Wednesday November 11 2009
billb (11/11/2009)
Approved. Sorry for the delay, for some reason we were not notified of a pending system.


Cheers!

The system can be found at http://www.rightedgesystems.com/TradingSystemsDetails.aspx?id=d179cb64-2280-4907-a63c-62cf144afe95

Just one comment, shortly after I submitted I realised that one can erase the reference to the FSharp.Core from the RightEdge system without a problem (at least for this F# library).


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