Ledger is a command-line accounting program which uses a simple text file as a ledger, yet provides powerful facilities for working with commodities, accounts, transactions, etc. It can also read Gnucash data files directly.
|Tags||Information Management Records Management|
|Licenses||Public Domain Freeware|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Minor fixes were made to allow for compilation with gcc 4.4.
Release Notes: Command-line options, such as -O, now override init-file options such as -V. A command such as "cat data | ledger -f -" now works. The --no-cache option is now honored. Previously, it was writing out a cache file named "<none>". Using %.2X in a format string now outputs 2 spaces if the state is cleared.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. Most notably, it fixes the -p option and the -e option. Lots of other smaller problems were fixed.
Release Notes: This version contains minor fixes in preparation for the nearing 2.6.1 release. Mainly, 2.6 had issues building on Ubuntu and some other Linux variants. 220.127.116.11 fixes these build problems, plus another serious bug with computing daily intervals.
Release Notes: The most significant change is full support for "lot sales" transactions, such as buying a lot of stock shares at one price, then selling that exact lot later for another price. There have been many bugfixes, as well as improvements in the parser. Ledger remains 100% backwards compatible. Many of the new features are not yet documented, as the manual is being rewritten for the upcoming 3.0 release. Therefore, most users should consider this a maintenance release.