minfrin at sharp.fm
Tue May 27 16:20:01 EDT 2008
Christian Stimming wrote:
> What the developers here mean by "the gnucash API" is all the source code that
> lives in src/engine/, also known as "the engine" here. Most of it is
> documented by doxygen comments in the source code. The source code in
> src/engine depends on glib, but it does not depend on gtk, which should
> underline the fact that this has nothing to do with GUI issues. The gnucash
> model of programming expects any non-GUI program to use the programming API
> that is offered by src/engine in order to open a gnucash data file, extract
> data from it, potentially modify its content, and maybe save it again.
Does the API end up in a shared library that I can link to?
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