warlord at MIT.EDU
Fri Jul 23 08:46:28 EDT 2004
Neil Williams <linux at codehelp.co.uk> writes:
> 3. I propose leaving the initial call to gncBookMerge as requiring that both
> books be explicitly specified, import and target.
> There is no intrinsic need (except memory / performance) for gncBookMerge to
> be restricted to only merging into the currently active book - it is possible
> to specify two other books and merge those without affecting the active book.
> The purpose of such a merge is up for debate but it might be useful.
> :-) Is this agreeable?
Yes, you should use explicit books.
> 5. The outline of the dialog control procedure is now working - it's
> implemented as a callback for each rule that needs user intervention. There's
> an Init() call with the two QofBook pointers, the callback over each compared
> rule and a Commit() operation. If anyone has some time to work on the GUI
> code, I would be very grateful. My testing will continue in console mode for
> now - would this be at all useful in the final code, to be able to pass two
> GnuCash files and output a merged file with the same collision handling, all
> on the command line?
I think it would be useful... At least for testing.
Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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