[GNC] GnuCash sqlite backend on windows and linux

Geoff cleanoutmyshed at gmail.com
Wed May 26 19:49:12 EDT 2021

I haven't tested it, but the SQLite developers say that it is:

"A database in SQLite is a single disk file¹. Furthermore, the file 
format is cross-platform. A database that is created on one machine can 
be copied and used on a different machine with a different architecture. 
SQLite databases are portable across 32-bit and 64-bit machines and 
between big-endian and little-endian architectures."




On 27/05/2021 8:43 am, mike823 wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Is the gnucash sqlite backend compatible between windows and linux? If,
> let's say, I keep the sqlite database on a network shared folder, can that
> database be open by one gnucash instance running on  windows and another one
> running on linux, at different moments in time?
> Looking for an autoritative answer. TIA.
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