Historical prices import.
bdebrabant at gmail.com
Wed Apr 2 15:20:36 EDT 2008
Charles Day wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 7:44 AM, Derek Atkins <warlord at mit.edu
> <mailto:warlord at mit.edu>> wrote:
> Baptiste Debrabant <bdebrabant at gmail.com
> <mailto:bdebrabant at gmail.com>> writes:
> > Hi,
> > Let's say I have a file that contains historical prices.
> > What's the easiest way to import them into the price editor?
> In what format are your historical prices?
I don't know yet...
I was thinking about keeping the prices in a database, and producing
whatever file format required afterwards.
> You could write a small scheme program that would import them.
Wouldn't it be possible to directly edit some data files -- If so, which
> If there's no existing importer for historical price data, and one
> needs to be developed, then the QIF importer might be a good target
> for this work. The QIF format supports historical prices, but the QIF
> importer currently ignores this information. I have been thinking
> about writing an enhancement request about this for some time.
> > Thanks,
> > Baptiste
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