QIF Imports into 2.6.10 broken?

david.carlson.417 david.carlson.417 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 29 19:37:07 EST 2015

Fear not, this is a temporary glitch. To do QIF imports you would need to go back one or three releases to 2.6.6 or 2.6.9 until release 2.6.11 comes out.  All other features work fine except for a little clunkiness with multiple currencies. 
David C 

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From: aeneas <receiver at gowdygroup.net> 
Date: 12/29/2015  1:22 PM  (GMT-06:00) 
To: gnucash-user at gnucash.org 
Subject: Re: QIF Imports into 2.6.10 broken? 

QIF import also failed for me.  I've been considering migration from Quicken
to GNUcash.  I've never used any version of GNUcash prior to 2.6.10.  It
seemed like there was nothing to lose by trying to do an export (from
Quicken) and import (to GNUcash).  When I ran the import the wizard took me
to the point of hitting a next button which I thought would be when the
actual import operation would be performed.  The result was an almost
immediate termination of GNUcash without any kind of message (i.e., error or
otherwise).  Upon restarting GNUcash there was no evidence of anything
having been done.  It might be worth pointing out that I'd done nothing else
in the way of setup on GNUcash (e.g., I'd never saved file).  My idea was
that this import would perform some setup (i.e., define accounts and such)
that might provide a starting point for the use of GNUcash.

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