python-gnucash (swig-ification against 2.0.1)
tom at tompurl.com
Thu Jan 18 12:37:47 EST 2007
Once again, please forgive my swig/g-wrap ignorance, but what does this
mean for a guy like me who would love to be able to automate some
GnuCash-related tasks or create text reports using Perl or Python?
Would I still need to wait for someone to create a swig wrapper that's
specific to a language, or would it "just work" more or less?
> Just so you're aware, GnuCash SVN (trunk) has switched from g-wrap to
> swig for the guile bindings, so that may make it even easier for you
> going forward.
> Quoting Mark Jenkins <mark at parit.ca>:
>> Josh Sled wrote:
>>> It looks like someone created python bindings, using swig, against
>> Hi, I'm the developer. The website is out of date. I have a newer
>> version in our apt repository that is built against 2.0.1
>> (Ubuntu users can use the repository with these lines
>> deb http://carrot:3142/repo.parit.ca/ dapper/
>> deb-src http://carrot:3142/repo.parit.ca/ dapper/
>> The code's in rough shape, which is why I've been holding off announcing
>> the existence of it here. I intend to whip this beast into a quality
>> public free software project this year... Going to host it on Savannah.
>> Mark Jenkins
>> ParIT Worker Co-operative
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