libaqbanking 5.0.22-1 source package in Ubuntu

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libaqbanking (5.0.22-1) unstable; urgency=low


  * New upstream release
    - fixes crash with empty configuration files (closes: #641495).

 -- Micha Lenk <email address hidden>  Tue, 10 Jan 2012 08:16:34 +0100

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Micha Lenk on 2012-01-10
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aqbanking-tools: No summary available for aqbanking-tools in ubuntu quantal.

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libaqbanking-data: configuration files for libaqbanking

 AqBanking provides a middle layer between the applications
 and online banking libraries implementing various file formats and protocols.
 Plugins supporting OFX, DTAUS, and HBCI are available.
 .
 This package contains data files for AqBanking.

libaqbanking-doc: No summary available for libaqbanking-doc in ubuntu quantal.

No description available for libaqbanking-doc in ubuntu quantal.

libaqbanking-plugins-libgwenhywfar60: No summary available for libaqbanking-plugins-libgwenhywfar60 in ubuntu quantal.

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libaqbanking33: library for online banking applications

 AqBanking provides a middle layer between the applications
 and online banking libraries implementing various file formats and protocols.
 Plugins supporting OFX, DTAUS, and HBCI are available.

libaqbanking33-dbg: library for online banking applications - debug symbols

 AqBanking provides a middle layer between the applications
 and online banking libraries implementing various file formats and protocols.
 Plugins supporting OFX, DTAUS, and HBCI are available.
 .
 This package contains the debug symbols needed for debugging AqBanking.

libaqbanking33-dev: library for online banking applications

 AqBanking provides a middle layer between the applications
 and online banking libraries implementing various file formats and protocols.
 Plugins supporting OFX, DTAUS, and HBCI are available.
 .
 This package contains the development files for AqBanking.

libaqbanking33-plugins: plugins needed by libaqbanking33

 AqBanking provides a middle layer between the applications
 and online banking libraries implementing various file formats and protocols.
 Plugins supporting OFX, DTAUS, and HBCI are available.
 .
 This package provides several plugins to AqBanking needed for features like:
  * HBCI support
  * OFX support
  * import/export of data in various formats (CSV, DTAUS, OFX, OpenHBCI1, SWIFT
    and others)
  * integrated debugging and setup wizard GUIs

libaqhbci20: library for HBCI online banking

 This library provides an API implementing the Home Banking Computer
 Interface, HBCI, a protocol popular with German banks. It is best used
 in conjunction with AqBanking, see the libaqbanking packages.
 .
 If you intend to use HBCI with digital signatures stored and/or processed on
 chipcards you will also need to install the package
 libchipcard-libgwenhywfar60-plugins.

libaqofxconnect7: library for OFX online banking

 AqBanking provides a middle layer between the applications
 and online banking libraries implementing various file formats and protocols.
 Plugins supporting OFX, DTAUS, and HBCI are available.
 .
 This package provides support for Open Financial Exchange (OFX) in AqBanking.
 OFX is a specification for the electronic exchange of financial data between
 financial institutions, business and consumers via the Internet.