Release Notes: The bookkeeping now imports Starmoney data. Accounts can now be edited. The todo-button is now more than just the old records view. For example, it now shows installation tasks and invoices to balance. The "Customers" menu has been renamed "Business Contacts" and can also cater suppliers. Transactions (at least invoices) are now automatically booked (with default VAT). Some changes and bugfixes were made under the hood.
Release Notes: Introduction of a database versioning (bug 1738616) and VAT- based split entries (1736061). Usability improvements (1735542, 1734376, 1734372, 1734370, 1734369, and 1734368).
Release Notes: GnuAccounting is now a portable application and has initial bookkeeping features. An import for Moneyplex has been added. The typical bookkeeping workflow: export the bank account as XML in Moneyplex, import in GnuAccounting (new button: accounting), select for every entry debit account, credit account, voucher, etc., and finish the wizard. All entries can later be accessed with the new menu item Reports/Accounts: Table 1 will contain a list of accounts, Table 2 a T-Accounts view on accounts which were actually used, and Table 3 the complete journal.
Release Notes: One can now load transactions into the new transaction wizard; this way you can e.g. create invoices from offers. A minor and a critical bug has been fixed: in former releases, the type of transaction did not find its way into the database.
Release Notes: When the product or number of items are changed in the wizard to create new invoices (credit memos, etc.), the new total (per item) gets updated in the wizard, not just in the final invoice.
Release Notes: This release now makes HSQLDB usable. HSQLDB is the database embedded in gnuaccounting. Previously, only MySQL would work and you could not edit taxes or products when using HSQLDB.
Release Notes: This release uses SWT 3.2. The Windows version should be fully functional again (yet another Windows-related bugfix), and printing now works again. The complete configuration has been refactored, which means that important errors may now block the user (e.g. please select your OpenOffice.org path) and Gnuaccounting will now no longer require a restart after the first configuration.
Release Notes: The starter/splash screen was redundant since 0.3.4, and so it has been removed. HSQLDB shutdown is now clean, and the lockfile now gets removed upon application shutdown. Since 0.3.4, GnuAccounting once again starts in the MS Windows operating system, but transactions, such as invoices, seem to suffer from another bug.
Release Notes: A problem starting GnuAccounting in the Microsoft Windows operating system was fixed. Despite previous doubts, GnuAccounting seems to run at least in SuSE 10.1's KDE unaltered.
Release Notes: This release uses the Nice Office Access library (NOA) instead of accessing OpenOffice directly. This eliminates the need for a starter application, since NOA features setting the OpenOffice.org directory at runtime. This also improves Windows compatibility. Some other bugs have been fixed as well, e.g. canceled OpenOffice.org operations no longer result in zombie documents.