May I use gnucash2.3.14 everyday？
stimming at tuhh.de
Tue Aug 17 11:19:37 EDT 2010
Zitat von James Feng <fengjiongming at gmail.com>:
> hi， I am a quicken user. Now I want to use linux + gnucash. May I use
> gnucash2.3.14 everyday?
I think different developers would currently answer differently here. My take:
*Yes*, you can use 2.3.15 (released today) for everyday work, as long
as you stick to "Save as XML file" as storage format (which is the
default for new files and when continuing with old data files). I
think there are still some things to be tested in the other (new)
storage formats (sqlite3 file, mysql database, postgresql database).
Apart from this storage format issue, in my opinion there is nothing
that should prevent using 2.3.15 in normal use by now.
There are still some minor user interface issues and missing
translations in the remaining 2.3.x releases, but those are only
slightly annoying and will not cause any real data loss problems.
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