I'm testing with PostgreSQL, but it does not pass as-is.
t/var directory is missing. If I manually create it, it works.
Second, the password for user postgres is missing in 01.1-dbtests.t
on line 19 where it is set as undef.
the same within 01.2-backup_globals.t on line 21.
If I create var and put in the password for postgres (default user in
OpenBSD), then everything passes.
The two requests for a password from 02-dbexceptions.t work with or
without a real password. That would mean needing to run the testing
interactively, also. That is OK, but I would prefer to put that in to
make everything happen non-interactively. I can dig into the code to
fidure out where to add this to the tests.
Is this an existing problem that needs to be patched? Either at my end
or in LedgerSMB?
OpenBSD always runs tests within an infrastructure and never directly
with the perl testing.
I'll submit this to ports, but I still need to deal with doing this the
best way first.
The LedgerSMB development team is happy to announce yet another new
version of its open source ERP and accounting application.
This release contains the following fixes and improvements:
Changelog for 1.7.19
* Fix purchase order HTML template mis-alignment (#4854)
* Fix tax form reports throwing an error when opened (#4881)
* Fix 'missing method "error"' on bulk payments 'Print and Post' (#4780)
* Fix bulk payments cheque/source numbering (#4780)
* Fix error when deleting a template transaction (#4848)
In addition to the improvements in the software itself, the Docker
image has been adjusted to include more TeX fonts. This addresses an
issue where CMSS fonts required by PDF templates were not available
in the image.
For installation instructions and system requirements, see
The release can be downloaded from our download site at
The release can be downloaded from GitHub at
Or pulled from Docker Hub using the command
$ docker pull ledgersmb/ledgersmb:1.7.19
These are the sha256 checksums of the uploaded files: