2022-01-07 GnuCash IRC logs
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04:30:15 <Sander_Bouwhuis> I recently switched from YNAB to GnuCash and have a few questions:
04:30:16 <Sander_Bouwhuis> 1. How do I select multiple transactions? I used that in YNAB all the time to perform things like getting the subtotals and also to make changes to all of them at once.
04:30:16 <Sander_Bouwhuis> 2. In YNAB, I was able to change the category (in GnuCash called 'Transfer') and YNAB would ask me whether to also change all the other transactions of that payee. Is this possible in GnuCash?
04:30:17 <Sander_Bouwhuis> 3. I can't seem to sort any of the transactions by clicking the list headers. How do I do that?
04:30:17 <Sander_Bouwhuis> 4. When I click on a menu option or when I press the right mouse button anywhere, the popup menu opens on ANOTHER monitor! This is an extremely problematic bug because the monitor is a little ways away from my main monitor. (screenshot : https://imgur.com/30FFA6L)
04:34:54 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Here is a direct link of the screenshot : https://i.imgur.com/30FFA6L.png
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07:36:38 <warlord> Sander_Bouwhuis, HI..
07:37:23 <warlord> Sander_Bouwhuis, you cannot mouse-click to select multiple transactions, but you can perform a search to create a window that contains them (assuming there is some commonality to them), and then you could run reports off that search.
07:38:09 <warlord> Sander_Bouwhuis, there is no way to modify multiple transactions at once, but you could again start with the search and use that as a way to list all the transactions you want to change, but you will have to modify them one-at-a-time.
07:38:25 <warlord> Sander_Bouwhuis, to sort, you use the View -> Sort By menu item.
07:39:22 <warlord> Sander_Bouwhuis, as for the second-monitor.... THAT sounds like a bug to me. Can you file a report at bugzilla, include your OS/Distro, Version, GnuCash Version, those images, etc.?
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08:09:47 <chris> jralls: the maint merge master-branch mixup, and merge maint->master has unfortunately resurrected a lot of deprecated code
08:11:06 <warlord> that's not good.
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08:38:19 <fell> warlord, Sander_Bouwhuis: ISTR to have read about a 2. screen bug recently, so please searcg bugzilla before filig a bug. BTW, which version are you using?
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09:36:38 <chris> I wonder if fixing this will be easiest by reverting the latest master, and applying maint's commit piecemeal except for the master->maint merge
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10:09:30 <Sander_Bouwhuis> I am using Windows 10 Pro x64 English with the latest version of GnuCash v4.9.
10:10:35 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Where can I file a bug?
10:27:39 <warlord> Sander_Bouwhuis, see https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Bugzilla for information.
10:42:01 <Sander_Bouwhuis> https://bugs.gnucash.org/show_bug.cgi?id=797070
10:42:16 <Sander_Bouwhuis> This bug is already 3 years old.
10:51:55 <chris> or, create an alternate reality maint2 without the mistake master merge, checkout master, revert HEAD, merge maint2
10:52:28 <chris> ^ this would be easier jralls ?
11:04:47 <warlord> I don't see any developers having looked at or commented in the bug. Part of the issue is that it is, most likely, limited to Windows, and I doubt any developer has a multi-monitor windows system (because most of the devs use Linux or Mac).
11:05:38 <warlord> MY guess is that it's a Windows-GTK bug.
11:10:17 <chris> jralls: I think to put master back to where it should be, we should revert 5c7967c4a5 on master. it'll purge the deprecated files/functions, and leave the SEPA changes alone.
11:10:47 <chris> I'm not 100% sure so I think it's best to leave it up to you
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11:49:33 <fell> Sander_Bouwhuis, what happens, if you right-click in another cell?
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11:51:45 <fell> or move to main-window on the other screen, right-click, so that it should appear on the right screen, …
11:52:10 <fell> Use your phantasy and try!
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12:23:50 <Sander_Bouwhuis> @fell Any popup menu will put it on the wrong monitor
12:23:50 <gncbot> Sander_Bouwhuis: Error: "fell" is not a valid command.
12:24:21 <Sander_Bouwhuis> I'm trying to install the source code to see whether I can fix it myself since this bug is already 3 years old.
12:24:44 <Sander_Bouwhuis> However, I get the following error when I try to download the sources in a Powershell window:
12:24:49 <Sander_Bouwhuis> PS C:\Users\Bouwhuis> E:\Downloads\setup-mingw64.ps1 -target_dir E:\Development\GnuCash -x86_64
12:24:50 <Sander_Bouwhuis> E:\Downloads\setup-mingw64.ps1 : File E:\Downloads\setup-mingw64.ps1 cannot be loaded. The file
12:24:50 <Sander_Bouwhuis> E:\Downloads\setup-mingw64.ps1 is not digitally signed. You cannot run this script on the current system. For more
12:24:51 <Sander_Bouwhuis> information about running scripts and setting execution policy, see about_Execution_Policies at
12:24:51 <Sander_Bouwhuis> https:/go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=135170.
12:24:52 <Sander_Bouwhuis> At line:1 char:1
12:24:52 <Sander_Bouwhuis> + E:\Downloads\setup-mingw64.ps1 -target_dir E:\Development\GnuCash -x8 ...
12:24:53 <Sander_Bouwhuis> + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
12:24:53 <Sander_Bouwhuis> + CategoryInfo : SecurityError: (:) , PSSecurityException
12:24:55 <Sander_Bouwhuis> + FullyQualifiedErrorId : UnauthorizedAccess
12:26:21 <Sander_Bouwhuis> The documentation states that I have to run this first (which I did):
12:26:21 <Sander_Bouwhuis> set-executionpolicy -executionpolicy RemoteSigned -scope LocalMachine
12:27:09 <Sander_Bouwhuis> This is the result when I use this command: Get-ExecutionPolicy -List
12:27:09 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Scope ExecutionPolicy
12:27:10 <Sander_Bouwhuis> ----- ---------------
12:27:10 <Sander_Bouwhuis> MachinePolicy Undefined
12:27:11 <Sander_Bouwhuis> UserPolicy Undefined
12:27:11 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Process Undefined
12:27:12 <Sander_Bouwhuis> CurrentUser Undefined
12:27:12 <Sander_Bouwhuis> LocalMachine RemoteSigned
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12:42:06 <jralls> chris: > revert 5c7967c4a5 on master
12:42:22 <jralls> chris: See https://mirrors.edge.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/howto/revert-a-faulty-merge.txt
12:43:28 <jralls> chris And note that 5c7967c4a5 is a revert of merge commit 17a3f7fe.
12:50:19 <jralls> chris so if there are other commits that got lost in the merge-revert then the only way to fix them is to cherry-pick them back in. Well, that or reset master to before 17a3f7fe, reapply all of the commits since, and force-push. Then everyone who's cloned GnuCash will have to reset and re-pull the new master branch.
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12:50:19 <fell> Sander_Bouwhuis, I can not help you there as I am a) no Windows user b) currenty busy. But did you see the seealso of that bug?
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13:11:24 <Sander_Bouwhuis> The 'seealso' on that page mentions someone circumvented the bug by unplugging his other monitor(s). That is not a bug fix.
13:11:24 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Is there someone who can help me get the build environment running so that I can reproduce and fix the bug?
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13:47:45 <jralls> Sander_Bouwhuis: The bug is, as warlord said, most likely in Gtk3's Windows backend, not GnuCash, but a GnuCash Windows build environment will set you up to work on either. See https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Windows to get started.
13:51:57 <jralls> Sander_Bouwhuis: Regardless of where the bug is you'll need to build and install debug builds of at least Gtk3, Glib, and maybe Cairo. Their repos are https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gtk branch gtk-3-24, https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/glib branch main, and https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/cairo/cairo branch 1.16.
13:57:40 <jralls> Sander_Bouwhuis: I recommend that you build the debug libraries in c:\gcdev64\gnucash\maint\. Be sure to either set up the include and link paths so that /c/gcdev64/gnucash/maint/inst is searched before /usr, /mingw32. or /mingw64 OR remove the respective includes and libraries for each from /mingw(32|64) to make sure that GnuCash gets linked to the libraries with symbols.
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14:00:45 <jralls> Sander_Bouwhuis You might want to join the #gtk channel to ask about gdk/win32. I haven't spent any time in that code (I work on gdk/quartz) and I think I'm the only gtk dev on this channel.
14:44:49 <jralls> Sander_Bouwhuis See also https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gtk/-/issues/1477
14:56:37 <jralls> Note that it's closed after a month-old merge request; I've confirmed that that MR is incorporated in gtk-3-24-31. It looks like MinGW-w64 is updated to there (though our buildserver isn't) so maybe just build GnuCash and test before thrashing around with the debug libs.
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15:43:26 <Sander_Bouwhuis> I'm running the install script, but it has been stuck for more than 5 minutes now on this step:
15:43:26 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Now we'll install a pre-built webkitgtk3 package we've created and placed in the GnuCash project on SourceForge. It will install several more dependencies from Mingw-w64's repository.
15:43:27 <Sander_Bouwhuis> --2022-01-07 21:37:46-- https://downloads.sourceforge.net/gnucash/Dependencies/jralls_public_signing_key.asc
15:43:27 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Resolving downloads.sourceforge.net (downloads.sourceforge.net)... 22.214.171.124
15:43:28 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Connecting to downloads.sourceforge.net (downloads.sourceforge.net)|126.96.36.199|:443... connected.
15:43:28 <Sander_Bouwhuis> HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found
15:43:29 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Location: https://master.dl.sourceforge.net/project/gnucash/Dependencies/jralls_public_signing_key.asc?viasf=1 [following]
15:43:31 <Sander_Bouwhuis> --2022-01-07 21:37:47-- https://master.dl.sourceforge.net/project/gnucash/Dependencies/jralls_public_signing_key.asc?viasf=1
15:43:33 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Resolving master.dl.sourceforge.net (master.dl.sourceforge.net)... 188.8.131.52
15:43:35 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Connecting to master.dl.sourceforge.net (master.dl.sourceforge.net)|184.108.40.206|:443... connected.
15:43:37 <Sander_Bouwhuis> HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
15:43:38 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Length: 1806 (1.8K) [application/octet-stream]
15:43:39 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Saving to: 'jralls_public_signing_key.asc'
15:43:40 <Sander_Bouwhuis> jralls_public_signing_key.asc 100%[======================================================================>] 1.76K --.-KB/s in 0s
15:43:42 <Sander_Bouwhuis> 2022-01-07 21:37:47 (574 MB/s) - 'jralls_public_signing_key.asc' saved [1806/1806]
15:43:44 <Sander_Bouwhuis> ==> Updating trust database...
15:43:45 <Sander_Bouwhuis> gpg: next trustdb check due at 2022-06-26
15:44:52 <jralls> Sander_Bouwhuis, please don't paste multiline text here. Put it somewhere like a Gist or Dropbox and put a link here.
15:47:41 <jralls> So it downloaded my key and then hung instead of installing webkitgtk3?
15:47:56 <Sander_Bouwhuis> It's still at this step
15:49:25 <Sander_Bouwhuis> I see a 'gpg_agent.exe' in taskmanager but it doesn't do anything. When I look at the gpg_agent.exe threads, I see 2 of them are called 'msys-2.0dll!_assert+0x3570
15:54:45 <jralls> So gpg_agent hung. Kill it and see what happens.
15:54:53 <Sander_Bouwhuis> I stopped the script and am running it again. It seemed to get slightly farther, but again has been stuck for 5 mins.
15:54:53 <Sander_Bouwhuis> ==> Updating trust database...
15:54:54 <Sander_Bouwhuis> gpg: next trustdb check due at 2022-06-26
15:54:54 <Sander_Bouwhuis> -> Locally signed 1 keys.
15:54:55 <Sander_Bouwhuis> ==> Updating trust database...
15:54:55 <Sander_Bouwhuis> gpg: marginals needed: 3 completes needed: 1 trust model: pgp
15:54:56 <Sander_Bouwhuis> gpg: depth: 0 valid: 1 signed: 7 trust: 0-, 0q, 0n, 0m, 0f, 1u
15:54:56 <Sander_Bouwhuis> gpg: depth: 1 valid: 7 signed: 6 trust: 1-, 0q, 0n, 6m, 0f, 0u
15:54:57 <Sander_Bouwhuis> gpg: depth: 2 valid: 6 signed: 0 trust: 6-, 0q, 0n, 0m, 0f, 0u
15:54:57 <Sander_Bouwhuis> gpg: next trustdb check due at 2022-06-26
15:57:33 <jralls> And task manager presumably shows it hung on gpg_agent not returning control. Try killing just gpg_agent and see if it installs webkit or just dies.
15:58:01 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Aha, you are right! I continues after I kill it.
16:02:17 <Sander_Bouwhuis> It says :
16:02:17 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Clone the gnucash-on-windows repository into the target source directory, patch jhbuild to disable its DESTDIR dance and set up jhbuildrc with our prefixes.
16:03:11 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Do I have to do something like that? Or does that happen when I do this step?
16:03:12 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Your build environment is now ready to use. Open an MSys2/mingw64 shell from the start menu, cd to /E/Development/GnuCash, and run
16:03:12 <Sander_Bouwhuis> jhbuild -f src/gnucash-on-windows.git/jhbuildrc build
16:03:13 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Note that the build will not work with the plain MSys2 shell!
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16:12:40 <Sander_Bouwhuis> I ran the "jhbuild -f src/gnucash-on-windows.git/jhbuildrc build" command but it fails with this error. What choice should I make?
16:12:40 <Sander_Bouwhuis> https://gist.github.com/SanderBouwhuis/0406db8228f938b274be169e68e391e5
16:19:46 <Sander_Bouwhuis> I think I ran into the 'DESTDIR' dance the script mentions. Every build step fails with a line sort of like this:
16:19:46 <Sander_Bouwhuis> *** Error during phase install of libofx: ########## Error running make DESTDIR=/E/Development/GnuCash/gnucash/unstable/inst/_jhbuild/root-libofx install *** [2/16]
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16:43:39 <jralls> I guess if you got libofx to build you got OpenJade to build and install successfully.
16:44:55 <jralls> I also think that the DESTDIR patch might be broken by recent updates to jhbuild. There should be an actual error reported a few lines before the jhbuild "Error during phase" message. What is it?
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18:02:36 <Sander_Bouwhuis> Here is my build output.
18:02:36 <Sander_Bouwhuis> https://gist.github.com/SanderBouwhuis/c1d36c106c0c0840878ecd9e34645a96
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18:21:17 <jralls> You wasted a lot of time by selecting "ignore error and continue". That's a useful choice only if you've dropped into shell (selection 4) and successfully run the step by hand.
18:27:46 <jralls> The actual error is Invalid configuration `x86_64-w64-mingw64': system `mingw64' not recognized. Did you perhaps set up for 32-bit (the default) but try to run from a 64-bit shell?
18:56:51 <Sander_Bouwhuis> No, I started the setup script like this :
18:56:51 <Sander_Bouwhuis> E:\Downloads\setup-mingw64.ps1 -target_dir E:\Development\GnuCash -x86_64
19:02:44 <chris> Lets' just revert the merge commit
19:07:53 <jralls> Sander_Bouwhuis OBTW You don't want to build gnucash-unstable, that will build the last beta before 4.0. You want to build maint. Not that that has anything to do with the OpenSP problem.
19:08:17 <jralls> chris, I haven't had time to look at your latest PR. Why do you want to abandon it.
19:08:19 <jralls> ?
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19:31:31 <jralls> @tell Sander_Bouwhuis Try removing src/OpenSP-1.5.2/config.guess and re-running ./autoinit.sh to get a new one. Grep that for mingw64 to see if it did any good.
19:31:31 <gncbot> jralls: The operation succeeded.
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21:00:22 <calvin> jralls: do you have any idea what's going on on my end? having issues installing the online price retrieval module
21:00:49 <calvin> (I'm getting this error) https://pastebin.com/xJiTv22P
21:01:36 <calvin> I got an api key and plugged it into the preferences
21:45:47 <chris> jralls: I meant revert 5c7967c4a5 on master
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23:21:47 <chris> ^ hope you agree is the correct fix
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