python bindings on ubuntu/debian

Ian Smith-Heisters i at
Mon Nov 24 11:06:33 EST 2008

On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 7:43 AM, Derek Atkins <warlord at> wrote:
> "Ian Smith-Heisters" <i at> writes:
>> Would it be advisable to run the python bindings against a different
>> version of GnuCash than I actually use on a daily basis? Would it be
>> possible to not install the svn version, ie. compile it and leave it
>> in the compilation directory so that it doesn't get in the way of my
>> package-installed version?
> No, this would be a particularly poor idea..  Assuming the
> bindings would link properly, it would probably crash due to
> changes between 2.2 and trunk.

ok, then. Last question: is there any kind of schedule/idea of when
the bindings will make it to a stable release and from thence to
distro packages?

I really don't want to go through the PITA that was running GnuCash
from a custom compile--these packages are a godsend. Although it might
be easier with the correct dependencies available in package form

>> Thanks,
>> Ian
> -derek
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