[GNC-dev] [GNC] Gnucash-Intel-3.1-2.dmg
jralls at ceridwen.fremont.ca.us
Wed May 2 07:23:17 EDT 2018
It just won’t run from the .dmg. I don’t know if it’s new behavior or not, but it worked fine for me after I dragged it to the same normal folder that Gnucash is in (/Applications in my case).
> On May 1, 2018, at 3:48 PM, Dave H <hellvee at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi John,
> Have just installed 3.1.2 from the dmg and I usually double-click on both
> the Gnucash.app and the FinanceQuote Update.app to trigger the security
> warning and say open anyway before I copy them to the Application folder
> replacing the previous version. When I double click on FinanceQuote
> Update.app I'm getting an error - "The variable gnc_fq_update is not
> defined." - is this something to worry about or is it just because I'm not
> running it correctly ?
> Cheers Dave H.
> On 30 April 2018 at 15:22, John Ralls <jralls at ceridwen.us> wrote:
>> I found this evening that the Gnucash.app in Gnucash-Intel-3.1-1.dmg was
>> missing a line in the environment file so that it wasn't able to use the
>> SQL backend. I've fixed the problem and uploaded a replacement,
>> The sha-256 signature is 71d06ea408302defacf08dcc8343ad
>> If you'd rather do minor surgery on GnuCash instead of downloading a new
>> dmg, select GnuCash in Finder and control-(or right-)click on it. Select
>> "Show Package Contents" from the context menu, then navigate to
>> Contents/Resources/etc/gnucash. Select 'environment', control-(or
>> right-)click on it, and select "Open With...". Pick an editor, TextEdit
>> will do fine.
>> Go to the end of the file and add the line
>> save as plain text and quit.
>> John Ralls
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