"Hello, World" report crashes Gnucash
28 Feb 2001 14:08:09 -0500
>>>>> On 28 Feb 2001 11:13:12 -0500, Derek Atkins <warlord@MIT.EDU> said:
Derek> email@example.com (Bill Gribble) writes:
>> On Wed, Feb 28, 2001 at 10:58:18AM -0500, Derek Atkins wrote:
>> > I would hope that the base-system is not released concurrently
>> > with Gnucash. Indeed, the base system MUST be at least a year
>> > old when Gnucash is released, otherwise Gnucash would have no
>> > reasonable user base.
>> I strongly disagree. I think gnucash should be coded for the next
>> stable release of the Gnome components (1.4).
Derek> So you're willing to wait a year after the Gnucash release for
Derek> major Linux distributions to pick up the new version of Gnome
Derek> and users to upgrade to the newer versions of Linux, all
Derek> before they can run Gnucash? That's insane!
No. The better option is to statically compile libs like this, but I
agree with Bill. If the amount of dancing we have to go through to
support some old beta version of a library is too intense (adding ugly
code to work around bugs, etc) we are better off not supporting the
>> Your version of gtkhtml won't work with Gnucash, sorry.
Derek> Sigh. I suppose I can live without reports.
Once the world is stable we'll produce packages with things statically
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