I've started playing with import scripts,the sample files provided in repo 
are very useful, just have couple of additional questions i was not able to 
figure out/not 100% sure about:

1 bean-extract does not write transactions in main beancount file 
(personal.beancount), it generates output into command line or 
tmp.beancount and we enter them manually, right?

2 when running  "bean-extract -e BEANCOUNT_FILE" what is the algorithm used 
to check duplication? Does it check only for same amounts? Or also takes 
into consideration additional clues (payee, date range, etc)?

3 When filing files bean-file example.import ../Downloads/ -o documents/ 
how are name and date generated?
Seems it is picks up date from original file name (example 
UTrade20160215.csv), but when it's not in file name how ofxdownload.ofx 
turns to 2013-12-18.bofa.ofx

4 Main value of regression testing is to insure that new changes/additions 
to importers still work with old input files,
It's not so useful to help importers work with new formats if format was 
changed by bank, right?

On Monday, April 9, 2018 at 4:28:30 PM UTC-4, Michael Droogleever wrote:
> You'll need to use something like this, 
> https://gist.github.com/mterwill/7fdcc573dc1aa158648aacd4e33786e8#file-importers-chase-py,
> or make your own: 
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/11EwQdujzEo2cxqaF5PgxCEZXWfKKQCYSMfdJowp_1S8/edit

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