Hi I wasn't aware of this.
The QIF spec itself (from intuit) doesn't mention this, and thus was not implemented in MMEX.
This looks more like just a notation a few QIF implementors have standardized upon.But having said that, this can be added to MMEX.
----- Original Message ----
From: engie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: zealsupport <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, May 28, 2007 2:04:48 PM
Subject: [ZealSupport: 1195] Re: Import of QIF files with non-English characters
I think that good import is very important for this kind of
applications. Please improve QIF import. As I derived from my QIF
files and then find a confirmation in the following notes, account
names are always in square brackets.
The "L" line of most transactions specifies the category, transfer
account, and class (if any) of the transaction. Square brackets
surrounding the contents mean the transaction is a transfer to the
named account. A forward slash separates the category/account from
the class. So overall, the format is one of the following:
LCategory of transaction
LCategory of transaction/Class of transaction
L[Transfer account]/Class of transaction
I would also recommend looking at GnuCash QIF import. In GnuCash you
can select several files to import. And you don't have to create
accounts; it can create them for you during import. You can get
account name from the first transaction in QIF file:
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