On 22/10/11 09:23, Arto Jantunen wrote:
Package: kmymoney
Version: 4.6.0-2-1
Severity: important

The CSV importer no longer respects the decimal separator setting in
any way, all data is always imported incorrectly (as if the decimal
separator didn't exist at all, so amount x 100 usually). This worked
on 15.10.2011, but doesn't today. Kmymoney has not been upgraded
during that time but some parts of the KDE runtime have (I follow
unstable very closely on this machine), the bug was probably
introduced somewhere over there.

Filed as important since it makes the package unusable for anyone who
imports from CSV.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: wheezy/sid
   APT prefers unstable
   APT policy: (500, 'unstable'), (1, 'experimental')
Architecture: amd64 (x86_64)

Kernel: Linux 3.1.0-rc10 (SMP w/2 CPU cores; PREEMPT)
Locale: LANG=en_US.UTF-8, LC_CTYPE=en_US.UTF-8 (charmap=UTF-8)
Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/dash

Versions of packages kmymoney depends on:
ii  kdebase-runtime   4:4.6.5-1+b1
ii  kdepim-runtime    4:
ii  kmymoney-common   4.6.0-2-1
ii  libalkimia4       4.3.1-1
ii  libaqbanking33    5.0.16-1
ii  libc6             2.13-21
ii  libgcc1           1:4.6.1-16
ii  libgmp10          2:5.0.2+dfsg-2
ii  libgpgme++2       4:4.6.5-1
ii  libgwengui-qt4-0  4.3.0-1
ii  libgwenhywfar60   4.3.0-1
ii  libical0          0.44-3
ii  libkabc4          4:4.6.5-1
ii  libkcmutils4      4:4.6.5-2
ii  libkdecore5       4:4.6.5-2
ii  libkdeui5         4:4.6.5-2
ii  libkfile4         4:4.6.5-2
ii  libkholidays4     4:4.6.5-1
ii  libkhtml5         4:4.6.5-2
ii  libkio5           4:4.6.5-2
ii  libofx4           1:0.9.4-2
ii  libqt4-dbus       4:4.7.3-8
ii  libqt4-network    4:4.7.3-8
ii  libqt4-sql        4:4.7.3-8
ii  libqt4-svg        4:4.7.3-8
ii  libqt4-xml        4:4.7.3-8
ii  libqtcore4        4:4.7.3-8
ii  libqtgui4         4:4.7.3-8
ii  libstdc++6        4.6.1-16

Versions of packages kmymoney recommends:
ii  gpg-agent<none>
ii  pinentry-qt4  0.8.1-1

kmymoney suggests no packages.

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This landed in this list last night, although apparently posted over three months ago, even though it has been classed as Severity: important.

Filed as important since it makes the package unusable for anyone who
imports from CSV.

There are actually two different csv import methods in KMM, and it's not clear to which you are referring, although I see that libaqbanking is installed.

I'm running Linux Mint 12 (KDE version) and I've just reverted to KMM

Version 4.6.0 using KDE Development Platform 4.7.4 (4.7.4) to test the csvimporter launched via the File menu. This still imports correctly with no decimal point problem. It is possible, though, to get the result you get if the decimal symbol is not selected on the Settings tab.

So, the application still seems to be usable for csv import.

I'm not able to test with libaqbanking.


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