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Gnucash now with MySQL backend option

Gnucash, the open source accounting software, is working on the next stable 2.4 release, which will include the option to store the accounting data in a MySQL, Postgres, or Sqlite database.
As usual, testing of releases is important. As I'm using Gnucash at home and at work, I built debian testing packages of Gnucash-2.3.17 for i386 and amd64.
Please note that now I changed dependency to guile-1.8.
Please use at your own risk - and don't report bug reports to me.
They can be downloaded at:
http://andreasspeck.info/files/gnucash-common_2.3.17-1_all.debhttp://andreasspeck.info/files/gnucash_2.3.17-1_i386.debhttp://andreasspeck.info/files/gnucash_2.3.17-1_amd64.deb
WARNING: This is an *UNSTABLE* version of Gnucash.
This release is intended for developers and testers who want to help tracking down all those bugs that are still in there.
Make sure you make backups of any files used in testing versions of GnuCash in the 2.3.x series. Although the developers go to great lengths to ensure that no data will be lost we cannot guarantee that your data will not be affected if for some reason GnuCash crashes in testing these releases.
(see http://www.gnucash.org/)



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