pm2qif is a
simple Perl script that will export transactions stored in a
PocketMoney for PalmOS
to a standard Quicken Interchange File (.qif), used by many finance applications
as a standard import/export format.
I specifically wrote it for use with GNUCash.
Not many. It aims to be pretty simple; ie. it takes some transactions in
one format (PocketMoney) and spits them out in another (.qif).
It does, however..:
- Remember which transactions it's seen before, to avoid duplicate
transactions appearing in your finance package
- Offer the option to export just transactions marked as 'cleared'
in PocketMoney (this is the default behaviour). This allows you to
go back and make corrections in PocketMoney when your statement comes in,
without worrying about matching the update in your finance app
Version 0.3.2 release - Another tiny update to add support for big-endian
machines such as PowerPC based Apple Macs
Version 0.3.1 released - This is a very minor update to add support for PocketMoney
Version 0.3 released - Restructured to support the new DB format used by PocketMoney
3.0.0 while retaining support for older versions.
If you're looking to upgrade to PocketMoney 3.0 from an older version please be sure
to read the section on upgrading in the readme file.
Version 0.2 released - Minor updates to add support for versions of PocketMoney
- 0.3.2 released 25/November/2005
- 0.3.1 released 19/August/2004
- 0.3 released 16/May/2003
- 0.2 released 26/December/2001
- 0.1 released 28/July/2000
Perl v5.004 or later
p5-palm perl modules
Please make sure you read the README file in the archive for some quick
instructions on how to get started.
Feedback can be emailed to
or make use of the facilities on the
SourceForge project page
to register bug reports, etc.
pm2qif is released under the
GNU General Public License version 2
©2000-2005 Gareth Watts