[Kmymoney-devel] [kmymoney4] [Bug 352789] Investment CSV import case sensitivity
agander93 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 22 12:08:35 UTC 2015
--- Comment #2 from allan <agander93 at gmail.com> ---
I'm still looking into this, but a query.
At the moment, there is a problem applying the different decimal symbol
when then converting the text value to a MyMoneyMoney() value.
Presently, when passing a valid text amount, the decimal separator is
not getting recognised, and the result appears as though multiplied by 100.
I can avoid that by changing the KDE decimal symbol to a '.', and that
imports correctly, but all of KMyMoney values now show that as their symbol.
When you are importing such a file, does that file use the '.' symbol,
or the ',' symbol? In other words, are you expecting a mix of decimal
symbols in that file? Or, just the '.' symbol?
At the moment, I'm not sure such a mix is valid. @Thomas
You say "... I have to change the CSV to have amount "300.00"... ". I
take it that you are editing the input file? When you now import that,
successfully, is it into a .kmy file with ',' as separator or '.'? What
is the KDE decimal symbol when importing? (in case you are changing this
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