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How to download and install KBanking

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I've been searching all over the internet and I can't find any documentation on how to download and install the latest version of KBanking. Where can I find these instructions?
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If it is available for your environment (which we don't know - yet) it should be part of the delivery you installed. If still unclear, please let us know at least your OS and KMyMoney version numbers.


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If it is available for your environment (which we don't know - yet) it should be part of the delivery you installed. If still unclear, please let us know at least your OS and KMyMoney version numbers.


Environment/OS: Windows 7/10
KMyMoney Version: Nightly build 739

The version 5.0.6-8.1 of KMyMoney for Windows has a bug in the KBanking add-on which causes it to crash when setting up a new bank. I reported the bug and it got fixed, but the latest builds don't have KBanking with them. So I'm trying to find the latest build of KBanking so I can install it with the latest build of KMyMoney for testing.
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The daily builds generated on the KDE-CI infrastructure you use don't contain KBanking nor the required libraries (AqBanking and Gwenhywfar) which provide the actual logic and protocols to talk to the institution's servers.

Apart from that, the KMyMoney maintainer for the 4.8 branch provides snapshot versions for Windows (4.8 and 5.0), but not on a regular (e.g. daily) basis. Since he uses KBanking himself, it is contained in his packages. They can be found on the snapshots page.

Hope that helps.


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