Invoice import - is this possible yet?

Graham Leggett minfrin at
Tue Aug 1 10:24:21 EDT 2006

Christian Stimming wrote:

> To activate the QSF import again, according to
> you need to checkout a
> SVN version of trunk and then revert revision 14147. If you need
> assistance on how to do it, the easiest way would be to ask on IRC,

Will give this a try, thanks!

> *sigh* That's a nice long-term goal, but it is pretty much completely
> the opposite of how gnucash is currently designed.

At this point I don't care what the mechanism is, all I care is that 
it's possible to add "generate me a balance sheet and save it here" or 
"import these QSF invoices" from a cron job with no X display at all.

> See e.g.
> (And, this is pretty
> much the reason why separate projects like "cashutil" were started.
> Unfortunately the "cashutil" project probably is no longer compatible to
> gnucash since the official Fork in April.)

The trouble with external projects like these is that being external to 
gnucash they stagnate and become incompatible.

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