[Kmymoney-devel] KMyMoney 4.6.3 standalone installer for Windows

Allan agander93 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 22:23:11 UTC 2013

On 21/01/13 20:21, Cristian Oneț wrote:
> We are happy to announce the release of a standalone installer for Windows of
> KMyMoney version 4.6.3 [1]. For a while now the latest version that was
> available on Windows was 4.6.2. Since we took over the packaging of the
> application on Windows with the help of the KDE on Windows project [2] we will
> be able to provide the latest stable release once we release a source tarball.
> The package contains:
> KMyMoney 4.6.3 (all available languages)
> KDE 4.8.5
> Please note that the application is far from being thoroughly tested on this
> platform so please report any issues you find at [3]. We are counting on the
> community of KMyMoney users on Windows to fix issues that are specific to this
> platform. Don't forget to use the backup feature [4] (without checking the
> 'mount' flag).
> Please take care of these steps [5] before trying to report a crash of the
> application.
> Known issues of this version:
> - the local user manual is not yet available (the online version is available
> at [6])
> - the Finance::Quote module will only work if you install perl (with the
> Finance::Quote module) separately
> If you were already using version 4.6.2 on Windows you can install 4.6.3 in a
> different directory try it, and if you are happy with it you can safely remove
> the previous installation (make sure that you keep your data file).
> The KMyMoney Development Team
> [1] http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/kmymoney2/KMyMoney-
> Windows/4.6.3/kmymoney-x86-setup-4.6.3.exe
> [2] http://windows.kde.org/
> [3] https://bugs.kde.org/enter_bug.cgi?format=guided&product=kmymoney4
> [4] http://kmymoney2.sourceforge.net/kde4/online-manual/firsttime.backup.html
> [5]
> http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/KMyMoney#Obtain_a_useful_backtrace_on_Windows
> [6] http://kmymoney2.sourceforge.net/kde4/online-manual/

No direct relevance to me, but, for someone coming to it for the first 
time, am I right in thinking that they still use the existing method for 
installing KDE?  Will the associated reference to KMyMoney now point to 


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