Release Notes: This release introduces import rules, which let you automatically map transactions to offset accounts using simple word matching on memo fields.
Release Notes: This minor release fixed a bug in Bitcoin import.
Release Notes: This is the GA release for 0.6.0. This version adds better currency support. User defined currency rate updates have been added, with a default example for Bitcoin. The default currency can be changed along with the currency precision. Also added is the ability to do split transactions.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to add custom currencies. You can also change your default currency and specify the precision up to eight decimal places.
Release Notes: A new logo. Register is date restricted now. A new Budget Performance chart on a single category. A crash in budget performance when no saved budgets are available has been fixed.
Release Notes: This is the GA release for 0.5.0. It adds a new report called Income VS Expense (which shows a line chart of income compared with expenses), supports the digital currency Bitcoin, and changes language support to use gnu-gettext.
Release Notes: This version adds a new report called Income Vs Expense that shows a line chart of income compared with expenses. It's not finished yet, but does have the series plotted and is somewhat usable. Also added is a German translation.
Release Notes: This is the first milestone release for 0.5.0. This version adds support for the digital currency Bitcoin, including integration of the JSON-RPC API provided by the Bitcoin client. Bitcoin to US Dollar exchange rates can be automatically updated via the MtGox.com currency exchange. This release also adds language support using gnu-gettext utilities. You can help with translations by going to https://translations.launchpad.net/infinitypfm. Lastly, this version addresses rounding and floating point issues with currency manipulation.
Release Notes: This version brings tighter integration with Linux and specifically Linux distributions that use the Debian package management system. With this release, the project moves to the GPL v3.