[Haskell-cafe] ANN: hledger-1.23

Simon Michael simon at joyful.com
Wed Sep 22 03:57:11 UTC 2021

We are very pleased to announce..

..that the hledger repo recently passed 10000 commits.
See https://hledger.org/CREDITS.html for more details, perhaps your name is there.

Also.. hledger 1.23 !

describes the user-visible changes. Highlights include:

- Capital gains reporting (`bal --gain`)

- Separate symbol/number display (`--commodity-column`)

- Command line commodity styling (`-c|--commodity-style`)

- budget selection (`bal --budget=BUDGETNAME`)

- weekday/weekend recurrence (`~ every weekday  ...`)

- 10% speedup

- Bugfixes.

Thank you to release contributors:
Stephen Morgan,
Lawrence Wu,
Jakob Schöttl,
Dmitry Astapov,
Malte Brandy,
Arsen Arsenović,
Arjen Langebaerd,
Alan Young,
Daniel Gröber.

hledger (https://hledger.org) is a dependable, cross-platform "plain
text accounting" tool, with command-line, terminal and web interfaces.
It is an actively maintained, largely compatible reimplementation of
Ledger CLI with many improvements. You can use it to track money,
time, investments, cryptocurrencies, inventory and more. See also the
Plain Text Accounting site (https://plaintextaccounting.org).

https://hledger.org/download shows all the ways to install hledger on
mac, windows or unix (stack, cabal, brew, nix, CI binaries, your
package manager..). Or, run this bash script to install or upgrade to
the latest release:

$ curl -sO https://raw.githubusercontent.com/simonmichael/hledger/master/hledger-install/hledger-install.sh
$ less hledger-install.sh   # security review
$ bash hledger-install.sh

New users, check out https://hledger.org/quickstart
or the tutorials (with pictures) at hledger.org -> FIRST STEPS
or the https://hledger.org/videos.html.

To get help, see https://hledger.org#help, and join our chat via Matrix:

- #hledger:matrix.org  (http://matrix.hledger.org)

or Libera (they are bridged):

- #hledger:libera.chat (http://irc.hledger.org)

Beginners and experts, contributors, sponsors, and all feedback are most welcome.
Wishing you health and prosperity,


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