Decimal separator problem
warlord at MIT.EDU
Wed Mar 11 11:31:12 EDT 2009
I think the answer is: It's a known limitation with the SX code.
The Credit and Debit formula are stored as strings and as a result
depend upon remaining in the same locale for parsing.
jb <jbbrel at yahoo.fr> writes:
> With the question that will be better :
> That is a bug or there is a solution to this problem ?
> Le 10 mars 09 à 00:20, jb a écrit :
>> I use Gnucash with 3 different OS : mac os, linux and windows xp
>> Under mac os x, the decimal separator is the dot. When i use the same
>> gnucash file under linux or windows xp, it doesn't have problem with
>> registers : the decimal separator became commas. But with scheduled
>> transactions, that's not good, the separator isn't recognized like
>> such and it's a dot.
>> It's very annoying because if the scheduled transaction occurs during
>> use of windows or linux, the scheduled transaction fails : the
>> transaction appears to registers but without amount.
>> My configurations :
>> with mac os x (leopard) : gnucash compiled thanks to fink version
>> 0.28.6 , gnc version = 2.2.5
>> with linux (ubuntu 8.10) : gnc version = 2.2.6
>> with windows xp : gnc version = 2.2.8
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