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KHacc

   3.3  

KDE Financial

Score 67%
KHacc
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.0.x
Downloads:  1912
Submitted:  Jan 13 2004
Updated:  Feb 26 2005

Description:

KHacc is a sister project to QHacc--the Q Home Accountant--but with KDE-specific integration. It features double- or single-entry bookkeeping and a reconciliation window. It also provides support for memorized and split transactions, graphing, reporting, archiving, and scheduled transactions that can be based on the account balance. KHacc requires QHacc.




Changelog:

VERSION 3.3
* added initial support market transactions
* added support for void transactions
* added per-transaction handling of taxable status
* added reconcile window option to show tranactions from all journals
* improved transeditor's handling of updated accounts
* fixed titlebar bug when changing dataset name




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 HBCI?

 
 by rgfree on: Jan 13 2004
 
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Does it have HBCI support?
Otherwise it would be pretty
useless in comparison to commerical
apps like Quicken.


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 Re: HBCI?

 
 by ryanbobko on: Jan 13 2004
 
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I'm afraid not. KHacc isn't really aimed a replacing commerical apps--it's just a transaction manager. The goal is to be simple and straight-forward enough for most users, so if you need some advanced features, it may not have them.


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 Re: Re: HBCI?

 
 by ryanbobko on: Feb 18 2004
 
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I should mention, however, that KHacc DOES support database plugins, so adding HBCI support is feasible using the openHBCI library. Currently, KHacc can use MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, XML, or its native format as a backend.


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 Re: Re: Re: HBCI?

 
 by Heart on: Jan 13 2005
 
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HBCI-Support would be really nice....


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 budgets?

 
 by karlandtanya on: May 6 2004
 
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Does khacc/qhacc support budgets?

1. Create a budget by month/week/year.
2. Compare activity for a period against budget for that period.

Can khacc/qhacc import my files from Quicken?

Reading the features list, I don't see those items, but maybe I missed them.

Thanks


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 Re: budgets?

 
 by ryanbobko on: May 24 2004
 
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It has some rudimentary monthly budgetting included: You can specify how much you'd like an account change per month, and when you pass that limit, you'll get a dialog box telling you so. There is also a report that shows you a budgeted/actual comparison for each account, and for all accounts that have a budget specified.


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 Lselinux error

 
 by hotblue2002 on: Jun 1 2004
 
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If you get the make error "lselinux not found" try installing the liblselinux-devel package and you shouldn't have any problem.

This strange error has been reported for other programs on Fedora Core 2. It is all the more mystifying because all of the affected machines had lselinux disabled and none of the programs made use of the libraries either.

Just in case anyone else runs into it because this program is worth using!


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 Configure problem

 
 by rhd on: Sep 10 2004
 
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I downloaded and unpacked khacc-3.2.1.tar.gz. When I run ./configure, it goes through a long series of successful checks, then gives me:

checking for qhacc-config...

Script not found! If you have installed QHacc in an
unusual place, please use the "--with-qhacc-config=" option

I can't find a qhacc-config file anywhere. What am I doing wrong?


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 Re: Configure proble

 
 by ryanbobko on: Sep 12 2004
 
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KHacc requires the QHacc package to run. The QHacc package contains the financial engine that KHacc uses. If you install QHacc first, KHacc should install without a hitch.


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