jralls at ceridwen.us
Wed Jan 10 09:34:35 EST 2018
> On Jan 10, 2018, at 4:43 AM, Alen Siljak <alen.siljak at gmx.com> wrote:
> In my quest to call GnuCash functions from Python (or C#), I ran across
> What are the chances that this would work with GnuCash .dlls on
> Windows? Has anyone had any experience and willing to share?
> To me it currently looks like an interesting field to explore.
> A mini project to use this on would be an enhancement of the scheduled
> transactions management, for which I've submitted a few feature
> Access to basic functions for listing and creation of records would be
> enough to build additional functions for displaying the transactions in
> range, changing states, etc.
> I'm currently focusing on using a Web interface through Flask.
We use SWIG, which does the same thing as Boost::Python and has the advantage of supporting Guile (and a bunch of other languages) as well.
If you need more of the API wrapped for Python it’s mostly a matter of adding Python definitions to the existing *.i files.
C# should be able to link the dlls directly.
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