eric.ladner at gmail.com
Thu May 3 10:37:32 EDT 2007
What ever happened to the "GnuCash with data in a backend database"
development? Properly indexed, I'd imagine that this could support a
buttload (to use a technical term) of data, provided things like the
account list and ledger views did incremental loading.
On 5/1/07, Derek Atkins <warlord at mit.edu> wrote:
> Quoting linuxforrealpeople <martin-porter at beeb.net>:
> > I have just imported some 13 years worth of personal data from Quicken into
> > GnuCash. I notice that when opening the app it seems to read in the whole
> > datafile and I wonder to what extent the opening procedure will degrade as
> > the volume of data held increases.
> It's pretty linear at this time. Yeah, the larger your data file,
> the poorer the performace. Future versions will HOPEFULLY help
> this, but it'll be a while until that gets done.
> > In addition I have downloaded version 2.1.1 from the Ubuntu repository - is
> > there a later stable version I should be using.
> 2.1.1 is an unstable, beta-test version. There is no newer stable
> version. The current stable version is 2.0.5.
> > Many Thanks for reading this.
> Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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