Seven months have passed since testing of the MetaTrader 5 platform started
9 April 2010
Seven months have passed since testing of the MetaTrader 5 platform started. The first stage of it implied closed testing among the most active members of the MQL4.community. On the second stage we officially published the terminal - its public testing started. Together with that, back-office components of the system were also tested.
So now we are ready to render a report on what has been done. Since the start of the testing, we have received about 1,000 bug reports and crash logs on the entire platform. While fixing these bugs and crashes, and implementing your suggestions, we've released about 100 builds of the MetaTrader 5 Client Terminal, MetaEditor and the MQL5. Bug reports on the testing of back-office components also were of great help, and allowed releasing of over 60 builds of server components.
Now we would like to thank all of you who participated in this testing. Your help is very valuable for us. "We've released over 150 builds on the whole - that was really much. After all this joint job, the platform has become stable enough, so that soon we'll officially release it," - Gaies Chreis, COO of MetaQuotes Software Corp. said.