[PLUG-TALK] Converting bookkeeping file formats

hewiak hewiak at riseup.net
Fri Jan 13 12:45:20 PST 2017


have you looked at skrooge (personal finance manager for KDE)?

On 01/12/2017 03:43 PM, Rich Shepard wrote:
>    I'm moving both personal and business bookkeeping from their current tools
> to GnuCash. The personal account is simpler so I'll do that first by
> exporting each register to a .csv file. GnuCash can import .csv files as
> long as there are no more than two splits in the transaction. This is true
> for all accounts but the mortgage; it has three splits (principal, interest,
> and escrow). Translating the .csv files to .qif or .qxf is necessary.
>
>    Can anyone suggest a F/OSS tool to do this?
>
>    A web search turns up a lot of shareware (not practical for a one-time
> need) and .qif/.qxf to .csv but not many the other way. I'm also really
> uncomfortable downloading closed source tools given the extent of cyber
> criminality nowadays.
>
>    Perhaps finding file formats for the .qif or .qfx will let me convert from
> .csv using awk or Python.
>
> TIA,
>
> Rich
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