Enhancement request: 'Native' importing of '.CSV' files

John Smith lbalbalba at gmail.com
Fri Jan 23 13:27:40 EST 2009

On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 6:18 PM, Dave <dave at davestechshop.net> wrote:
> Well, there are simple solutions that are currently available:
> 1. csv2ofx  http://github.com/mulicheng/csv2ofx/tree/master
> 2. http://www.mt2ofx.tk/
> 3. http://xl2qif.chez-alice.fr/calc2qif_en.php
Thanks for pointing those out to me, but I think that the fact
(already mentioned elsewhere in this thread) that the content of the
special column 'Af/Bij' determines whether the amount has to be
treated as a withdrawal or deposit will make it at least somewhat of a
challenge to convert using these tools.

And I must admit that Im more of a 'stick to what you know' kinda guy.

So I guess that for now I will leave GnuCash alone for the time being
and stick to my current spreadsheet based solution, and in time will
check back to see if and what kind of progress GnuCash has made in
this area.


John Smith

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