Is missing trn:currency clause legal?

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Tue Feb 23 12:13:01 EST 2010

Donald Allen <donaldcallen at> writes:

>> Not a bad idea.  Or perhaps it should get run prior to a Save-As?
> My preference would be to run it periodically, rather than prior to a
> save-as. An xml file may get improperly structured, as mine did, due
> to problems in gnucash. Even if the bad structure doesn't cause
> trouble immediately, it could do so in later, more correct versions of
> gnucash, perhaps in subtle ways, even if the user never uses the
> database backend. And if Check & Repair can fix the structure, as it
> did in my case, why not use it? It's cheap to run, I don't think users
> will typically do it on their own unless things are obviously broken,
> and if they don't use the database backend, they are unlikely to do a
> save-as.

It would be nice if we stored a version # in the data file, and then we
could run it anytime we updates the version.


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