#About This is a command line front end to MPEx. It is also a simple library for communication with MPEx.
- pyMPEx requires python 2.7
- Get python-gnupg
- Make sure you have signed MPEx's key using "gpg --sign-key A57D509A"
- Run ./mpex.py COMMAND
- You can find a list of valid commands on the MPEx FAQ
#Examples: ##From command line
$ ./mpex.py STAT
Enter your GPG passphrase:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Holdings for Alfie Day (fingerprint AF97CD440E9F6124753BADFF61AFBDB270AC7F3E) Issued today, Sunday the 15th of April 2012 at 07:53:42 PM (0.85963600 1334519622) To certify that the aforementioned holds as of the quoted time the following with MPEx :
CxBTC x 300.00000000
To which add orders in the book fully paid in advance :
To which add sums deposited as surety for underwritten option contracts :
Your last few transactions :
The Great Seal of the exchange has been duly applied. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.5 (GNU/Linux)
iD8DBQFPiydGkhT8a/G2mSERAgeWAJ9HvByj+W3Ky1kBo6pvFgIFvVyZ8QCfVcHi VbYO51QAGTV81rGdkcBxWtM= =Vo1k -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
##As a library
>>> from mpex import MPEx >>> mpex = MPEx() >>> mpex.passphrase = 'My_GPG_Passphrase' >>> mpex.command('STAT') '-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----\nHash: SHA1\n\nHoldings for...