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An open source library for high speed, low-latency electronic trading.
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FIX: Order Cancel Request message support

- Supported order cancel request for FIX

- FIX tags that are required for execution report are added

Signed-off-by: Bojan Janjic <bojan@inquanto.com>
[ mstanichenko@gmail.com: cleanups ]
Signed-off-by: Marat Stanichenko <mstanichenko@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: Pekka Enberg <penberg@iki.fi>
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README.md

Libtrading

Build Status

Libtrading is an open source API for high-performance, low-latency trading applications. It implements network protocols used for communicating with exchanges, dark pools, and other trading venues. The API supports FIX, FIX/FAST, and many proprietary protocols such as ITCH and OUCH used by NASDAQ.

Features

  • C API
  • High performance, low latency
  • FIX dialect support
  • SystemTap/DTrace probes

Install

Install prerequisite packages:

Debian

$ apt-get install pkg-config libxml2-dev libglib2.0-dev libncurses5-dev python-yaml

Fedora

$ yum install zlib-devel libxml2-devel glib2-devel vim-common ncurses-devel python-yaml

Then run:

$ make install

You can also run the test harness:

$ make check

Usage

To measure FIX engine performance locally, start a FIX server:

$ ./tools/fix/fix_server -m 1 -p 7070
Server is listening to port 7070...

and then run the FIX client latency tester against it:

$ ./tools/fix/fix_client -n 100000 -m order -p 7070 -h localhost
Client Logon OK
Messages sent: 100000
Round-trip time: min/avg/max = 15.0/16.8/129.0 μs
Client Logout OK

Documentation

Performance

Protocol RTT (μs)
FAST 13
FIX 16

The following above were obtained by running Libtrading messaging ping-pong tests on a 2-way 2.7GHz Sandy Bridge i7 CPU running Fedora 19 with Linux 3.11.6. The processes were pinned to separate physical cores and the numbers include time spent in the Linux TCP/IP stack.

FIX engine round-trip time frequency plot for the above looks as follows:

License

Copyright (C) 2011-2014 Pekka Enberg and contributors

Libtrading is distributed under the 2-clause BSD license.

Contributors

  • Marat Stanichenko
  • Jussi Virtanen
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