It has been a while since I posted about my back-testing framework – tradelib, nevertheless, I have been constantly improving it.
Among the new features, the most prominent is the support for SQLite. SQLite is a standalone, single file database, thus, it’s much easier to get software up and running with it compared to MySQL. I liked the SQLite support so much, that I actually started using it in my daily runs (removing the dependency on MySQL).
With SQLite I was also able to add a new Getting Started Guide, which is much easier to follow than my previous efforts in this area. The only setup needed, and covered in the guide, is the setup for the Eclipse workspace.
Try it and let me know what do you think.