What do you do with translog files?

Dave Peticolas dave@krondo.com
Tue, 12 Sep 2000 12:02:22 -0700

> Greetings.  After installing gnucash-1.4.6, I began entering data and
> exploring what gnucash could actually do.  After an hour of data entry, my
> window manager crashed.  What I was left with is a file that is called:
> translog.20000912094457.log
> I looked for information on this file on www.gnucash.org, but failed to
> find anything.  I tried opening this file, but I get a message saying that
> the file was created with a newer version of gnucash than I was running.
> Has anyone run into this problem?  Is there documentation that might help
> me recover from this file or am I stuck adding this information manually
> again?  Thank you for your help.

Unfortonately, GnuCash can only create those log files, it cannot
automatically recover from them. You will have to use the log file
to recover manually :(

The next version of GnuCash will be able to recover from logs.