Metaquotes has upgraded the online MQL4 guide to the 600 benchmark.
Is there a source (online or .pdf) with the old documentation?
Regrettably, I cant read the .chm record on Linux.
MT4 600 will not automatically update the charts on recompilation of the indior.
For testing alterations of the code, I have to delete the indior and add it again.
I can hardly believe this is a feature. What am I missing?
Hello, Metaquotes has updated the online MQL4 guide to the 600 benchmark. Is there a source (online or .pdf) with the old documentation? Unfortunately, I cant read the .chm record on Linux. MT4 600 won't automatically upgrade the charts on recompilation of this indior. For testing alterations of this code, I have to delete the indior and insert it again. I can barely think this is a characteristic. What am I overlooking? Greetings, Sven
Are you currently using the old Deinit or the new OnDeinit?
Documentation does not explain very well, but it would appear that
Inserted Code void OnDeinit(const int reason) inserted in your code exactly like this covers all Deinit reasons
My indis are updated when I re-compile the code.
quote Are you currently using the old Deinit or the new OnDeinit?
I'm using old Deinit.
However, I also still use the pre-600 Metaeditor not recognizing new OnDeinit.
Otherwise, using the new editor, I must learn the new language. Later, not today. ;-)
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