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cortez
Grisbi is a personal accounting application. Grisbi can manage multiple accounts, currencies and users. It manages third party, expenditure and receipt categories, as well as budgetary lines, financial years etc.

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ZDevil
Thanks!
Actually I also compiled 0.5.8 and posted this thread:
http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=16816

My version runs into segfault problem when trying to switch the fonts in Preferences > Display > Font & logo > Fonts , and in File > Import.

How about your compiled version? It would be fantastic if these problems are gone. And if so, could you please tell me how you compiled it? smile.gif

NB I compiled it by first installing OpenSP provided by dtruchan in that thread to get libofx support, and then did a simple CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/include LDFLAGS=-L/usr/lib ./configure . rolleyes.gif
plcg
QUOTE(ZDevil @ Jan 23 2006, 01:47 PM)
My version runs into segfault problem when trying to switch the fonts in Preferences > Display > Font & logo > Fonts , and in File > Import.

How about your compiled version?
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ZDevil,

I tried this version but it segfaults as yours when using File > Import sad.gif

plcg
ZDevil
Thanks for telling me this (have no time now to try things myself).

It's a puzzle to me because the segfault problems exist regardless of whether I compile with libofx or not. So I would appreciate it very much if any expert can figure out this so we can have a fully working version (and replace my imperfect one). tongue.gif Thanks!
cortez
I will try to find out what the problem of the import-segfault is.
ericyy
QUOTE(ZDevil @ Jan 23 2006, 09:47 PM)
My version runs into segfault problem when trying to switch the fonts in Preferences > Display > Font & logo > Fonts , and in File > Import.


For anyone interested in this software, the Preferences Display > Font & logo > Fonts segfault problem is simply due to the corruption of configuration file. Just repair it by yourself:

Look into "~/.grisbirc", find and fix the followings line:

.
.
.
<Utilise_fonte_des_listes>1</Utilise_fonte_des_listes>
<Fonte_des_listes>Aria 8</Fonte_des_listes>
.
.
.

That's it!
wjping119
I translate it to simple chinese ,maybe zh_CN user would helpful
wjping119
I translate it to simple chinese ,maybe zh_CN user would helpful
desertrat
QUOTE(ericyy @ Feb 27 2006, 10:41 AM)
For anyone interested in this software, the Preferences Display > Font & logo > Fonts segfault problem is simply due to the corruption of configuration file. Just repair it by yourself:

Look into "~/.grisbirc", find and fix the followings line:

OK, I just installed the program, and yes "File>Import" segfaults. So I started it up again and try to create a New Account, when I click the button to add a New Financial Institute, it segfaults.

I looked for the above file but it's not there.

So my question to you guys is, does anyone use this regularly and is it stable enough that it won't lose your data?

-- cheers
mars
QUOTE(desertrat @ Jun 1 2006, 04:36 PM)
So my question to you guys is, does anyone use this regularly and is it stable enough that it won't lose your data?


I use grisbi regularly. I may be using the ipk from a different thread: http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...16816&hl=grisbi

That one notes the segfault on importing as well. If you are trying to import transactions, you could always do that on the desktop since there are desktop versions of grisbi for linux and windows. Last time I checked the desktop could open the same files.

Grisbi isn't perfect -- but seems to have the best mix of features for me for what is available on the zaurus. It doesn't seem to have split transactions though, and it doesn't do double entry accounting.
plcg
Hi all,

I compiled Grisbi 0.5.9 but there's always a segmentation fault when trying to import a QIF file.

Then I noticed that the version of Grisbi (0.5.8) in Meanie's pdaXqtrom works ! ohmy.gif

So, Meanie, how did you compile it ?
Thanks!

plcg
Meanie
QUOTE(plcg @ Jul 31 2006, 09:44 PM)
Hi all,

I compiled Grisbi 0.5.9 but there's always a segmentation fault when trying to import a QIF file.

Then I noticed that the version of Grisbi (0.5.8) in Meanie's pdaXqtrom works ! ohmy.gif

So, Meanie, how did you compile it ?
Thanks!

plcg
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./configure; make


I just compiled it with my zgcc image on my Z. The only change I did was resize the gtk window sizes.
ZDevil
Oh, that's great! Meanie, do you mean that there is no more segfault when import?
Also could you tell me where to change the gtk window sizes (in the source)?
Thanks!
Meanie
QUOTE(ZDevil @ Aug 11 2006, 06:09 PM)
Oh, that's great! Meanie, do you mean that there is no more segfault when import?
Also could you tell me where to change the gtk window sizes (in the source)?
Thanks!
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i actually never used grisbi myself. i just build it because there were requests for it. grisbi was actually written with the zaurus in mind so almost all the windows were the right size except the preference window.

just add gtk_widget_set_usize(hpaned, 600, 360); to parametres.c

see here: http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/build/hack...bi/parametres.c
ZDevil
Great! I'll try to compile 0.5.9 tonight and hopefully can update the contrib package.
plcg
QUOTE(ZDevil @ Aug 11 2006, 04:54 PM)
Great! I'll try to compile 0.5.9 tonight and hopefully can update the contrib package.
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Unfortunately, it doesn't work for me sad.gif
But, while debugging grisbi 1.5.9, i've found that import "segmentation fault" happends in import.c when calling a gtk function (see below in bold characters)

void selection_fichiers_import ( void )
{
GtkWidget *fenetre;

fenetre = gtk_file_selection_new ( _("Select files to import") );
gtk_window_set_transient_for ( GTK_WINDOW ( fenetre ),
GTK_WINDOW ( window ));
gtk_window_set_modal ( GTK_WINDOW ( fenetre ),
TRUE );
gtk_file_selection_set_select_multiple ( GTK_FILE_SELECTION ( fenetre ), TRUE );
file_selection_set_filename ( GTK_FILE_SELECTION ( fenetre ),
dernier_chemin_de_travail );
...

If I put this line in comments (/* */), import works but multi-selection of files is (of course) no more allowed.
So, it seems to be a gtk problem.
By the way, Meanie, I saw in your feed that you've hacked gtk2.
Can you tell me why ?
Is it for pdaXqtrom ?
Thanks

plcg
Chero
Now there is also "HomeBank" for pdaXrom !

See pinned announcement thread.

Have Fun,
Chero.
Meanie
QUOTE(plcg @ Aug 12 2006, 06:01 AM)
QUOTE(ZDevil @ Aug 11 2006, 04:54 PM)
Great! I'll try to compile 0.5.9 tonight and hopefully can update the contrib package.
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Unfortunately, it doesn't work for me sad.gif
But, while debugging grisbi 1.5.9, i've found that import "segmentation fault" happends in import.c when calling a gtk function (see below in bold characters)

void selection_fichiers_import ( void )
{
GtkWidget *fenetre;

fenetre = gtk_file_selection_new ( _("Select files to import") );
gtk_window_set_transient_for ( GTK_WINDOW ( fenetre ),
GTK_WINDOW ( window ));
gtk_window_set_modal ( GTK_WINDOW ( fenetre ),
TRUE );
gtk_file_selection_set_select_multiple ( GTK_FILE_SELECTION ( fenetre ), TRUE );
file_selection_set_filename ( GTK_FILE_SELECTION ( fenetre ),
dernier_chemin_de_travail );
...

If I put this line in comments (/* */), import works but multi-selection of files is (of course) no more allowed.
So, it seems to be a gtk problem.
By the way, Meanie, I saw in your feed that you've hacked gtk2.
Can you tell me why ?
Is it for pdaXqtrom ?
Thanks

plcg
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I hacked gtk2 for both pdaXrom and pdaXqtrom. The reason being that the gtk file dialog by default is bigger than the Z's physical screen so I hardcoded it to be smaller so it could actually fit on the screen.
desertrat
For those looking for a financial app here's another choice, JabpLite:

http://www.freepoc.org/viewapp.php?id=58

Here's the blurb:
QUOTE
The idea behind JabpLite has been to write a sophisticated personal finance program in Java MIDP which will work on a range of devices including Symbian phones and the Blackberry.  JabpLite has many features to help you keep track of your finances, for example:

    * Multiple accounts
    * Default and user-defined categories
    * Regular transactions (ie. save the transactions you do regularly)
    * Track your investments
    * Standing Orders (yearly, monthly, daily with any frequency), automatically generated on the due dates
    * Future Balance calculations (see if you will have enough money to last until pay day!)
    * Net worth calculation
    * Top ten expense categories (see where your money is going!)
    * Foreign currency accounts with automatic revaluation when FX rates change

and much more.


To run it you need midp, see this thread:
http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=16246

NB the download is obsolete use this instead:
http://mail.pdaxrom.org/download/rc12/test...P2.0-arm.tar.gz

Untar it and put the resulting directory (MIDP2.0-arm) somewhere (doesn't matter where). Now you can install Jabplite by running:
CODE
/path/to/MIDP2.0-arm/bin/midp -install http://www.freepoc.org/download/midp2/JabpLite.jar


It's a pretty neat app but the major drawback is the small display.
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-- cheers
Meanie
QUOTE(desertrat @ Aug 27 2006, 07:29 PM)
For those looking for a financial app here's another choice, JabpLite:

http://www.freepoc.org/viewapp.php?id=58

Here's the blurb:
QUOTE
The idea behind JabpLite has been to write a sophisticated personal finance program in Java MIDP which will work on a range of devices including Symbian phones and the Blackberry.  JabpLite has many features to help you keep track of your finances, for example:

    * Multiple accounts
    * Default and user-defined categories
    * Regular transactions (ie. save the transactions you do regularly)
    * Track your investments
    * Standing Orders (yearly, monthly, daily with any frequency), automatically generated on the due dates
    * Future Balance calculations (see if you will have enough money to last until pay day!)
    * Net worth calculation
    * Top ten expense categories (see where your money is going!)
    * Foreign currency accounts with automatic revaluation when FX rates change

and much more.


To run it you need midp, see this thread:
http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=16246

NB the download is obsolete use this instead:
http://mail.pdaxrom.org/download/rc12/test...P2.0-arm.tar.gz

Untar it and put the resulting directory (MIDP2.0-arm) somewhere (doesn't matter where). Now you can install Jabplite by running:
CODE
/path/to/MIDP2.0-arm/bin/midp -install http://www.freepoc.org/download/midp2/JabpLite.jar


It's a pretty neat app but the major drawback is the small display.
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-- cheers
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you can also run jamvm and classpath (java emulator) with me4se (midp emulator for java). i have modified me2se to run in 640x480.

you can find jamvm and classpath here:
http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/pdaxrom/feed/contribs/

my modified me2se can be found here:
http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/mirror/stu...her_0.2_arm.zip

on second thoughts, why not just run the full jabp version rather than the lite version under jamvm...
desertrat
QUOTE(Meanie @ Aug 27 2006, 01:41 PM)
on second thoughts, why not just run the full jabp version rather than the lite version under jamvm...

Have you tried it? Is it fast (enough) to use? I don't have much space left on my hdd so can't install the java stuff right now sad.gif Maybe I should just get a new phone instead, the Nokia N93 looks good smile.gif
Meanie
QUOTE(desertrat @ Sep 1 2006, 02:16 AM)
QUOTE(Meanie @ Aug 27 2006, 01:41 PM)
on second thoughts, why not just run the full jabp version rather than the lite version under jamvm...

Have you tried it? Is it fast (enough) to use? I don't have much space left on my hdd so can't install the java stuff right now sad.gif Maybe I should just get a new phone instead, the Nokia N93 looks good smile.gif
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it should work. i only tested jabp on sharp rom (since i dont run pdaxrom anymore) and it ran fine.
desertrat
QUOTE(Meanie @ Sep 4 2006, 02:24 PM)
it should work. i only tested jabp on sharp rom (since i dont run pdaxrom anymore) and it ran fine.

Thanks. I'm using jabplite on my new phone (E70), it runs pretty well and it's more convenient than using the Z (ie no need to get it out, switch it on etc.)
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