a reason to switch to tanglu or not

Matthias Klumpp matthias at tenstral.net
Wed Jan 8 13:37:14 EST 2014

I doubt that any stable desktop user will use the first Tanglu release
(which will still be bleeding edge in some areas).
Regardless of that, since gnucash is a leaf package, I filed an import
freeze exception. So as long as it passes the tests in staging, you
can expect gnucash 2.6 in aequorea soon.

2014/1/8  <ca2013 at arcor.de>:
> Using long IBAN/BIC account numbers in bank transfers becomes
> mandatory in february for many users in europe.
> Unfortunately, due to the tanglu freeze in december, the new
> 2.6 version of gnucash that supports long numbers, did not
> make it into tanglu.
> This could be a strong point for current stable desktop users to
> upgrade or not to upgrade to tanglu.
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