LibOFX is a generic library to allow financial software to easily support the Open Financial eXchange specification. Two utilities are currently included with LibOFX: ofxdump and ofxtoqif. ofxdump writes to stdout, in human readable form, everything the library understands about a particular OFX response file. ofxtoqif is an OFX response to the QIF (Quicken Interchange Format) file converter. Much OFX information is lost since the QIF file format is very primitive, but ofx2qif should allow importation of bank statements in any software that support QIF until said software supports the library directly. LibOFX was implemented from the full OFX 1.6 spec and comes with a developers manual.
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Release Notes: This release supports DirectConnect for statement downloads.
Release Notes: An important cleanup was done to the SGML parsing code, which should fix many parse errors.
Release Notes: A fix for a critical bug that caused the decimals to be ignored in some locale. For example, importing in gnucash with a locale of fr_FR caused an amount of 19,95 to be imported as 19,00.
Release Notes: This release fixes many portability issues, is compatible with big-endian machines, compiles properly with Sun's libc, and fixes crashes in ofx2qif and an error in the ofx DTD that caused "content model is ambiguous" errors.
Release Notes: The previous incompatibilities with OpenSP 1.3.x and OpenSP >= 1.4 have been fixed. RPMs are now available, and the HTML documentation is now pre-built and included in the packages.