cri79 at libero.it
Tue Dec 4 14:52:18 EST 2012
Sorry, my fault. I discovered that I was using a wrong name for the
downloaded json files...
Thank you very much Bob for all your help, it seems you know python
pretty well! my intention is to create some graphs to post on facebook
and google+ GnuCash page. The best would be to have graphs also in a
page in the GnuCash website. Is it ok if I also create a wiki page with
your code in order to document how to create those graphs?
Il 03/12/2012 22:01, Bob Hossley ha scritto:
> On 2012-12-03 11:20, Cristian Marchi wrote:> I've a problem: the script
> generates a csv file with only
>> and without any data. Maybe I miss some python component called with
>> the "import" at the start of the file?
> If you want my help with the above problem, please show me the console
> contents including the command line invoking my script and all messages
> to the console while my script is running.
> You may be correct that an import is failing. In this case there is
> probably an error message on the console.
> But the problem could also be that my script is not finding any json
> files to process. The first argument is the pathname of the DIRECTORY
> that contains all the json files. They must have the names your Bash
> script gives them.
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