On Sun August 21 2005 13:50, ace jones wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-08-21 at 07:44, Jerry Amundson wrote:
> > On Sun August 21 2005 09:03, ace jones wrote:
> > > On Sun, 2005-08-21 at 06:24, Jerry Amundson wrote:
> > > > Can --enable-ofxplugin be changed to not require libofx 0.8?
> > >
> > > ofxplugin does not require libofx 0.8
> > OK. Re-submitting with check to split ofxplugin and ofxbanking reg's.
> Jerry, I must have missed the background conversation on this item. Can
> you explain the problem again, and also explain how this fixes it?
Based on my analysis, and the comment below from Thomas, there is an
unnecessary check for OpenSP wrapping the check for libofx. In Fedora Core 4
the OpenSP requirement can be resolved by the openjade-devel package, but
OpenSP is used for *building libofx* apparently, and not needed for building
This cleans the OpenSP check out of libofx.m4, and adds a var to separate the
ofxplugin/libofx-0.7.x pairing from that of ofxbanking/libofx-0.8.x.
Ergo, an ofxplugin-enabled FC4 rpm can be easily built (./configure with no
params, and no obscure devel packages needed), and the ofxplugin isn't lost
in a "stock" FC4 install because of the libofx 0.8.0 requirement.
p.s. just patched, built, and installed cvs today, and a quick test of
Import->OFX (Plugin)... was successful.
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Subject: Re: [Kmymoney2-developer] Re: libofx am test
Date: Sat July 30 2005 01:38
From: Thomas Baumgart <thb@...>
on Saturday 30 July 2005 07:44, Jerry Amundson wrote:
> On Sun July 3 2005 15:34, Jerry Amundson wrote:
> > On Wed June 29 2005 07:19, ace jones wrote:
> > > Hi, Jerry. No, libOFX 0.7 contains "libofx_proc_file". Failing
> > > this check just means you don't have development libraries for
> > > libOFX around. That's OK, but it means you won't be able to use the
> > > OFX importer.
> > On FC4 now, still no dice...
> > [root@... ~]# rpm -q libofx libofx-devel
> > libofx-0.7.0-3
> > libofx-devel-0.7.0-3
> Well, after more scouring of m4 files and other auto-muck, I've
> discovered the missing dep is really openjade-devel.
> There seems to be a single-minded error message for a two-level
> dependency here... The ofx check is nested within
> AC_CHECK_HEADER([OpenSP/macros.h]... yet, the errors at the end of
> configure don't indicate the absence/presence of OpenSP/macros.h.
The OpenSP header files are certainly needed to build libofx, but I don't
see any reference within KMyMoney other than the parts coming from the m4
macro file. Does that imply, that we can remove this (part of the) test?
thb@...> grep -i -R -l opensp/ .