gwenhywfar/aqbanking5 online banking setup not working in gnucash trunk
stimming at tuhh.de
Thu Aug 12 15:42:10 EDT 2010
Am Thursday 12 August 2010 schrieb Martin Preuss:
> > Building gnucash r19416.
> > When I launch the online banking setup in gnucash and click the "Start
> > Aqbanking Wizard" button in the second dialog, nothing happens onscreen.
> > The gnucash console reads:
> > * 12:02:52 WARN <gwenhywfar> dialog.c: 73: Could not read dialog
> > preferences (-67) * 12:02:52 WARN <gwenhywfar> dialog.c: 99: Could
> > not write dialog preferences (-67)
> That's the change I was talking about in my previous mail. For GnuCash to
> support AqBanking5 it needs to use the Gtk2Gui instead of its own GWEN_GUI
Or, in other words: Gnucash trunk is currently broken as it doesn't implement
the necessary GUI usage for aqbanking5. I just changed the gnucash code in
r19359 to at least *compile*, but it won't work for the setup. I'm sorry for
The normal online banking usage still works, as the aqbanking4-style GWEN_GUI
implementation of gnucash still seems to be sufficient for those operations.
But the setup doesn't work. At the time when I committed r19359 I didn't
understand that yet, but now it is clear, and I'll add an appropriate trace
output in a minute.
Again: GnuCash trunk compiles with the newest aqbanking5 (beta releases or
from SVN), but in contrast to compiling with aqbanking4, not all features will
work for now. Specifically, pressing the "Start Aqbanking wizard" button
currently does nothing and is not yet implemented. The other operations
probably continue to work.
(Any gnucash older than trunk doesn't compile with the newest aqbanking5
anyway, so the issue doesn't arise if anyone deals with older gnucash.)
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