QuickFix.Net.NETCore.FIX44 by AlgomateInc, Connamara Systems, LLC and QuickFIX/n contributors

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 QuickFix.Net.NETCore.FIX44 1.8.1

QuickFIX/n is a .NET port of QuickFIX, an open source C++ FIX engine. We love QuickFIX. We have been contributors nearly since its conception and use it heavily in our products and consulting. The goal of QuickFIX/n is to create an open source FIX engine that feels native to C#. The (C++) QuickFIX project maintains a C# wrapper which has been used successfully in .NET for many years, but it results in code that is not idiomatic of .NET development. QuickFIX/n attempts to keep the same robustness and conformance of QuickFIX with a similar API while bringing native performance and idiomatic usage to .NET. For Java development, please visit the excellent QuickFIX/J. QuickFIX/n uses the QuickFIX name with the full backing and support of QuickFIX and its creator Oren Miller.

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    <title>QuickFIX/n FIX4.4 Messages</title>
    <authors>AlgomateInc, Connamara Systems, LLC and QuickFIX/n contributors</authors>
    <owners>AlgomateInc, Connamara Systems, LLC and QuickFIX/n contributors</owners>
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    <description>QuickFIX/n is a .NET port of QuickFIX, an open source C++ FIX engine. We love QuickFIX. We have been contributors nearly since its conception and use it heavily in our products and consulting. The goal of QuickFIX/n is to create an open source FIX engine that feels native to C#. The (C++) QuickFIX project maintains a C# wrapper which has been used successfully in .NET for many years, but it results in code that is not idiomatic of .NET development. QuickFIX/n attempts to keep the same robustness and conformance of QuickFIX with a similar API while bringing native performance and idiomatic usage to .NET. For Java development, please visit the excellent QuickFIX/J. QuickFIX/n uses the QuickFIX name with the full backing and support of QuickFIX and its creator Oren Miller.</description>
    <releaseNotes>New in 1.8.1: "* introduce .nuspec and modifications to csprojs * (#493) fix DD parsing issues with certain comments * update release notes with some missing entries * fix delete-generated; a prev fix broke it * release note for previous commit (pull #486) * More informative exception for DD parsing errors * added x64 support in solution and project files * Step 3. Updated release script and readme * Step 2: Remove message sources from the QuickFIXn folder because it's cumbersome to ignore all the message folders in .csproj * Step 1: Create separate .csproj projects for all versions of FIX specs, dynamic load of QuickFix.*.dll assemblies *  Include net core 2.0 in acceptance tests. * Updated release readme. * Fix paths in example config files. * Update package script to include NET Standard 2.0. * Ensure key files and config are copied to output for examples. * Update example notes * Fixed indenting in README.md * Updated build, test, and release scripts. * Remove Ruby code to generate FixMessages.csproj as the new csproj format does not require it. * Migrate to new csproj format and add target or netstandard2.0. * Fix warnings about comments."</releaseNotes>
    <copyright>QuickFIX/n is sponsored by Connamara Systems</copyright>
    <tags>fix quickfix .net</tags>
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