compiling 2.2.6 with aqbanking 3 for windows

Shawn Faucher faucher at
Fri Aug 8 07:52:56 EDT 2008

Thanks Andreas. I started in on it as well and noticed the same thing  
about make check. I commented it out and got through to aqbanking but  
am having trouble with missing QT headers that don't exist anymore in  
QT4. I'm away on vacation through next week with no access to my dev  
box or I'd upload my patch so far.

-- Shawn

On Aug 8, 2008, at 3:30 AM, Andreas Köhler < at> wrote:

> Hi,
> On So, 2008-08-03 at 17:45 -0400, Nathan Buchanan wrote:
>> Hi Shawn,
>> On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 10:30 PM, Faucher <faucher at> wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I maintain the GnuCash Portable package on  I'm  
>>> excited
>>> to
>>> see with this release that aqbanking 3 is supported, since it no  
>>> longer
>>> requires admin access to the registry (HKLM) and is thus much more
>>> portable.  Unfortunately I see that the windows release of 2.2.6  
>>> is still
>>> built with aqbanking 2.
>>> Is anyone working on adding the option for aqbanking 3 to the  
>>> windows build
>>> scripts?  I'm taking a crack at doing it manually but I'm sure  
>>> someone more
>>> familiar with the scripts would probably do a better job.
>> I think Andreas might have some pieces of it, but other than that,  
>> I don't
>> believe anyone is actively working on it. It is on my ever- 
>> extending todo
>> list, though.
> yes, I have some pieces, but stopped because 'make check' in  
> gwenhywfar
> simply failed with gnutls.  One might want to ignore that for a while
> and continue creating the other inst_ functions.  Shawn, if you want  
> to
> take a look at that, please consider working within our scripting
> framework.  That will reduce the work a lot needed to incorporate your
> results into the project.  I think the scripts are not that  
> complicated,
> basically all we need are at least functions inst_libgmp, inst_gnutls,
> inst_gwenhywfar3 and inst_aqbanking3 that work together seamlessly.
> Maybe the attachments help you a tiny bit.
> If you have problems, do not hesitate to ask :-)
> Personally, I am bit slow with emails right now though.
> Ciao,
> -- andi5
> <libgmp.func>
> <gnutls.func>

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