Gnucash versions

Personal and small-business financial-accounting software, freely licensed under the GNU GPL and available for GNU/Linux...
4.4
10 Jun 2019
2.6
8 Jan 2014
Review
2.4
5 Jan 2011
Editorial review
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2.3
22 May 2010
Review

What's new

v2.4 [5 Jan 2011]
Major changes in the 2.4.0 release include;
In addition to the XML backend, Gnucash can now use a SQLite3, MySQL or PostgreSQL database to store the data. This is a new implementation using libdbi. It supports all features including the business features. In order to build with this, add --enable-dbi to the configure command. In addition to the libdbi-dev package for your distribution, you will also need the appropriate DBD (libdbi driver) package for sqlite3, mysql or postgresql.
As a replacement for the current GtkHTML HTML engine used to display reports and graphs, Gnucash can use WebKit. WebKit is the engine used by Google Chrome on Windows and Safari on Apple. In order to build with this, add --with-html-engine=webkit to the configure command. You will need an appropriate webkit-dev package. On win32, you will need to download the webkit-1.1.90-win32.zip file from the source repository and put it into the downloads directory of your gnucash build area.
Updated AqBanking on Win32.

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