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Next API release

Postby GaryRussell » Thu Aug 31, 2006 12:50 pm

The next API release will hopefully be sometime over the weekend. This release should fix many issues including the following.

1) It will use API ver 5 to access Australian markets. It will include a function to transfer funds between wallets (KYC permitting).

2) Not all markets are available to select (eg. Golf outright winner markets)

3) Incorrect matched odds returned by Excel triggered betting.

4) Show place markets and win markets together (horse racing) was not implemented.

5) 'New Page' feature was not implemented for selecting multiple markets.

6) Racing silks were not shown due to this information not being available through the API. The program will grab the info from the main site.

7) Refresh a bit sluggish due to inefficient use of requests to the server.

Please bear with me as this all has to be done by myself and I have a day job.
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