OFXStatement plugin for dutch financial institutions like ING and ICSCards.
This project provides custom ofxstatement plugins for these dutch financial institutions:
- ICSCards, The Netherlands, PDF (https://icscards.nl/)
- ING bank, The Netherlands, CSV (https://www.ing.nl/)
ofxstatement is a tool to convert a proprietary bank statement to OFX
format, suitable for importing into programs like GnuCash or Beancount. The
plugin for ofxstatement parses the bank statement and produces a common data
structure, that is then formatted into an OFX file.
$ pip install ofxstatement-dutch
Development version from source
$ git clone https://github.com/gpaulissen/ofxstatement-dutch.git $ pip install -e .
This package depends on ofxstatement with a version at least 0.6.5. This version may not yet be available in PyPI so install that from source like this:
$ git clone https://github.com/kedder/ofxstatement.git $ pip install -e .
To run the tests you can use the py.test command:
Show installed plugins
This shows the all installed plugins, not only those from this package:
$ ofxstatement list-plugins
You should see at least:
The following plugins are available: ... nl-icscards ICSCards, The Netherlands, PDF (https://icscards.nl/) nl-ing ING Bank, The Netherlands, CSV (https://www.ing.nl/) ...
Use something like this:
$ ofxstatement convert -t nl-ing ING.csv output.ofx
$ ofxstatement convert -t nl-icscards ICSCards.pdf output.ofx
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