Quickbooks to GnuCASH
tonyn at openlearning.com
Thu Apr 3 00:04:18 EDT 2008
I replaced the existing file, so I now presumably have the latest and
But it appears that this only works with Quicken and not Quickbooks
files, can you confirm? My QuickBooks2008 file has a .qbw extension.
Is there any automated way to convert this type of file or am I out of
On Wed, 2008-04-02 at 20:30 -0700, Charles Day wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 7:55 PM, Tony Nelson <tonyn at openlearning.com>
> Forgive me, but how do I determine if I have an
> updated qif-to-gnc.scm?
> The version you need can be downloaded from here. Replace your
> existing, installed copy of qif-to-gnc.scm and restart GnuCash.
> On Wed, 2008-04-02 at 14:46 -0400, Michael DeBusk wrote:
> > Derek Atkins wrote:
> > >> I couldn't get it all imported without massive errors.
> > >
> > > When was this? There's been a lot of work on the QIF
> > > recently and it really seems to do a MUCH better job,
> thanks to
> > > Charles Day. But you need to be running 2.2.4 (plus an
> > > qif-to-gnc.scm) to get all the fixes.
> > It was at the beginning of 2007, or maybe the end of 2006.
> > Although the QIF Importer may have been buggy, I imagine my
> > inability to get my data imported had quite a bit to do with
> my lack of
> > patience at the time. I had switched to Linux from OS/2 at
> the same
> > time, so I was feeling like a complete n00b (and I hadn't
> felt that way
> > since the early 1990s, when I first experienced the cold
> starkness of
> > the DOS prompt). Anything that didn't "just work" I had to
> put aside
> > until I felt at home in Linux. Quicken 98 worked fine under
> > Now, I compile GnuCash from the tarball*, routinely edit QIF
> files by
> > hand, and am reviewing my old college Accounting textbooks.
> > remember doing double-entry on paper? Those were the days!)
> So it's all
> > good. All that's left is to learn to code in C so I can
> pitch in.
> > Oh, I do have 2.2.4 and the updated qif-to-gnc.scm.
> > *I am running Ubuntu and I want OFX import capabilities
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