[GNC-dev] Ideas for account type-ahead modification
ripngo at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 17:03:13 EDT 2020
I have a version you can test here:
https://github.com/jeanlaroche/gnucash.git , fix_autocompletion branch.
A couple notes:
- I worked off of maint, which I shouldn't have since this is probably a
new feature. I'll fix that eventually.
- The feature is fully functional, as far as I can tell.
- I added an option in the preferences to use type-ahead-search
(register), but at this point, it's not working right (it does not hold,
so I must be missing some code).
- I tested on accounts with large number of accounts (> 8000), and as
far as I can tell it works OK. When you start typing there are
potentially thousands of matching accounts but I only display the first
30 to avoid making the UI horribly sluggish, I think that's a good
Give that a shot and let me know what you think. The code is not ready
for a PR as I still have lots of comments that would need to go.
If someone can point me in the right direction for preferences, it would
be great. I essentially replicated the code for "Enter moves to blank
transaction" (by searching all references of the defines for that pref,
and adding the ones needed for the new option) but I must be missing
something because the code says the preference key is invalid. The new
option shows in the preferences, but the rest isn't working.
On 3/10/20 11:14 AM, Robert Fewell wrote:
> That patch was for register2 which is stalled, it has no bearing on the
> current version.
> On Tue, 10 Mar 2020 at 16:53, Frank H. Ellenberger
> <frank.h.ellenberger at gmail.com <mailto:frank.h.ellenberger at gmail.com>>
> Am 10.03.20 um 17:41 schrieb Jean Laroche:
> > Frank,
> > I tried reviving this patch, but git patch failed. I recreated
> the patch
> > manually (which wasn't very hard given that it contains few
> changes) but
> > I don't see any effect (not breakpoint is hit). So I'm wondering
> > this patch is still useful.
> I believe, Bob will faster understand, what is happening there.
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