OFX to price data base
warlord at MIT.EDU
Wed Apr 22 10:16:58 EDT 2009
Chris Wynkoop <chr1s.wynk00p at gmail.com> writes:
> I'd be glad to tackle this! I think I would have the skills nessecary,
> let me know where and how I can start, assuming a baseline from 2.2.9
Cool, but you should start from a baseline of SVN Trunk. We don't
expect to have another 2.2.x release so working from 2.2.9 wont help get
the code integrated.
> On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 9:31 PM, Brad Haack <bradhaack at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> My C skills are OK, but I don't think I have the time to tackle it right
>> now, & I'm a gnucash rookie.
>> Derek Atkins wrote:
>>> Brad Haack <bradhaack at yahoo.com> writes:
>>> It looks like an OFX file usually include a current price quote for
>>>> stocks and mutual funds. Has anyone attempted, or considered using
>>>> that info to update the price database (price editor)?
>>> At this point the importer will not add PriceDB entries.
>>> The fund price info for the funds in my 401K account (managed by ing
>>>> now) are not available on one of the regular price sources so I'm
>>>> trying to figure out how to get the price info imported w/o manual
>>>> entry. Any ideas? Can I do something sneaky w/ a .log file?
>>> Unfortunately no.
>>> You might be able to extend the importer to add PriceDB entries.
>>> How's you C skill?
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