jralls at ceridwen.us
Sat Jun 13 21:13:14 EDT 2009
On Jun 13, 2009, at 11:10 AM, Charles Day wrote:
> One other outstanding issue is that, to my knowledge, AqBanking
> isn't available when compiling for quartz since the AqBanking GUI
> requires qt3, which requires X11. I don't know how hard it would be
> to build AqBanking using quartz versions of Qt instead (qt3-mac or
> qt4-mac on MacPorts).
Well, Gnucash builds just fine with aqbanking support turned on, and
aqbanking builds with the following options: --enable-ofx=yes --
disable-qt3 --disable-kde --disable-chipcard-client --with-
backends="aqhbci aqdtaus aqofxconnect" --with-frontends="cbanking
Gnucash's Actions menu has the online actions menu, but the Tools menu
lacks the HBCI setup item.
Aqbanking builds commandline tools aqbanking-tool and aqhbci-tool,
which I expect allow you to configure your banks, though I will admit
that I haven't tried yet.
I suppose that it's worth trying to get it working with QT, but I
don't really have time right now to do it. FWIW, QT3 doesn't seem to
happily build against Leopard, and generally speaking QT4 and QT3
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