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Have you tried hledger-web? A demo is available. I uses ledger's data format (but doesn't support everything), but it might be easier than starting from scratch.
Depends on Haskell/Yesod familiarity.
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Posted Sep 11, 2012 13:55 UTC (Tue) by bkuhn (subscriber, #58642)
Posted Sep 11, 2012 18:40 UTC (Tue) by clint (subscriber, #7076)
There is a somewhat-low-priority project to add an optional filestore backend to hledger-lib (which would introduce support for Git, Darcs, and Mercurial). Presumably when ledger 4 is rewritten in Haskell, it could do the same thing.
Posted Sep 16, 2012 15:53 UTC (Sun) by mathstuf (subscriber, #69389)
main.journal # Include $year.journal
$year.journal # Set the year, include $year/$month.journal
$year/$month.journal # Sorted by effective date then by account
in git. Having hledger do auto-commit when things balance would be great since the commits tend to just have messages like "Receipts up to $date" and "Reconcile with $account up to $date" anyway.
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