I am the author of the CSI plugin. Unfortunately the QuantScanner dll had to be removed due to incompatibilities with the old OpenQuant framework causing errors for users under certain conditions (see other CSI related posts in this forum for details). Here are my changelog comments:
/// <term>126.96.36.199 (Friday, 6th June 2014)</term>
/// - Fixed miscellaneous bugs (Ref.error.report #642)
/// - Updated Assembly Info.
/// - Added proportional stock price and volume adjustment options
/// - Added some future adjustment options
/// - Removed QuantScanner and IInstrumentProvider interface due to the following OpenQuant API/GUI limitations:
/// - OQ InstrumentDefinitions Dialogs cannot correctly cancel process of IInstrumentProvider, and vice versa.
/// - OQ does not handle InstrumentDefinition Progress and Finished events correctly:
/// Current design requires data provider to know how many instruments it will receive and specify this amount in
/// securityDefinition.TotNoRelatedSym *before* the upstream data provider sends them. This is limitation creates
/// a lot of unnecessary complexity.
The QuantScanner.dll for OpenQuant data was always a hack work-around these and other limitations, in particular CSI data provider caused problems due to the vast amount of Instruments you could import and scan compared to the typical data provider in OQ. Too many for OQ to handle through the traditional means/APIs.
The SmartQuant team are aware of these issues and I am waiting on their go-ahead to port all the original QuantScanner and new functionality over to the new OpenQuant 2014 framework so users can continue to scan through all North American stocks and commodities nightly for next day trading setups.