DEBTS (Double Entry Based Transaction System) aims to be an all-in-one, Web-based personal finance package, suitable for the day to day management of an individual's financial transactions. Some features include graphical reports, user level security, an easy-to-use interface, and multiple user support.
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Release Notes: This release adds a new Expenditure Trial Balance report, adds Dutch and Malay language translations, improves transaction insertion to allow insertion between existing transactions with automatic time calculation, makes language files placed in the language folder be detected and listed for use, changes all remaining hard-coded English text to use the language definition files, and fixes the ugly table borders on Opera, incorrect adjustment of time for daylight saving time, and the financial status screen showing accounts for other users,
Release Notes: A prompt screen was added for database and general settings during installation. A change settings menu option was added. Database tables and default entries are automatically created on install. Support was added for automatic table updates when installing future versions. A Yearly Option was added to the Balance Graph, which displays an account balance graph over an entire year, by month or week. The Financial Status Screen was not showing funds correctly and has been fixed. An Array Keys warning when transaction lines were greater than 26 was fixed. An easy installer for Win32 was added.
Release Notes: This release includes a new financial status report and support for account types. A frequently asked questions section has been added to the readme. Two minor bugs in the database creation scripts were fixed. A bug that prevented logging out with Opera has been fixed.
Release Notes: Transaction status flag was added, so the status of a transaction can be marked as unconfirmed, confirmed, or "to query". Multilanguage support was added to IMP. A problem where some style lines were not being drawn on tables in Opera 7.xx was fixed.
Release Notes: There is a new user preferences screen to configure the default balance column and number of display lines. Transaction screen rendering has been improved, and now strictly shows the specified number of display lines regardless of the number of transactions per day. There are some backend code cleanups.