aqbanking5 support of gnucash
jralls at ceridwen.us
Tue Aug 17 11:28:01 EDT 2010
On Aug 17, 2010, at 8:08 AM, Derek Atkins wrote:
> Martin Preuss <martin at aqbanking.de> writes:
>> On Freitag 13 August 2010, Derek Atkins wrote:
>>> I'm curious: Don't we still support AqB-3? My Fedora-12 system has:
>>> So I think we need to support at least AqB 3, 4, and 5...
>> AqBanking 3 is ancient... AqBanking3 had very limited support for PIN/TAN-HBCI
>> (which unfortunately is very much used nowadays).
>> So many banks can't be connected to with AqBanking3 which would make it
>> necessary at least for German users (which I guess is the majority of the
>> AqBanking users) to upgrade at least to AqBanking4.
> I realize it is ancient, however some relatively modern Linux
> distributions (like Fedora 12, which is only 6 months old) still
> distribute it, so I think we need to continue to support it.
> So I think GnuCash 2.4 needs to support AqB 3, 4, and 5.
I think you have that backward. The distros provide aqbanking because Gnucash and KMyMoney require it. If we don't drive them to upgrade, they won't.
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