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skrooge

   1.8.0  

KDE Financial

Score 91%
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Homepage:  http://skrooge.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2969
Submitted:  Nov 2 2008
Updated:  Oct 15 2013

Description:

Skrooge is a personal finances manager powered by KDE4.x, aiming at being simple and intuitive, yet powerful.

NEWS :
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http://skrooge.org/news

AVAILABLE FEATURES:
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* KMyMoney, QIF, CSV, import/export
* OFX, QFX, Microsoft Money, MT940, Gnucash, Grisbi, homebank import
* Advanced Graphical Reports
* Several tabs to help you organize your work
* Infinite undo/redo (even after the file was closed !)
* Instant filtering on operations and reports
* Infinite categories levels
* Mass update of operations
* Scheduled operations
* Track refund of your expenses
* Automatically process operations based on search conditions
* Automatic budget computation based on your past expenses


INSTALLATION:
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The recommended installation procedure is simply to install from your distro's package manager. However, if the latest Skrooge version is not in your distro's repository. You can install from sources :

More information at http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/Skrooge




Changelog:

What's new in skrooge 1.8.0
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New features:
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* Notifications and error messages are now based on KMessageWidget
* The restore file is now base on KMessageWidget
* Option to auto download from backend on opening file (default=false)
* Import Microsoft Money documents (.mny) protected or not
* Addition of russian banks
* Reopen last page closed
* Max and min limits on accounts
* Better and new advices based on limits of accounts
* Sound emmission on operation creation
* Import "Budgetary allocation" and "Fiscal year" from Grisbi files as properties
* Information message explaining how to exist full screen mode
* Addition of date of last reconcilation on account
* Amount owned on unit table
* Download date on unit table
* New account type: Pension
* New set of categories for french people
* Addition of "Configure notifications..." in configuration menu
* Download and add bills as property by using boobill (weboob)
* Rename of property
* Export HTML and ODT from tables
* JSON export based on QJson
* Automatic process to recover a corrupted file
* New "weboob0g" backend compliant with the Weboob 0.g

Bugfix & Enhancements:
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* Fixed bug 319706: OFX trntype not imported, rest okay
* Fixed bug 320114: Wrong bank balance at dashboard
* Fixed bug 320112: Importing CSV operations with mixed " and ' text field separators
* Fixed bug 320226: Monthly report does not work due to missing template
* Fixed bug 320240: Impossible to enter exact amount for given unit in pop-up
* Fixed bug 320242: Transaction confirmation pop-up doesn't use defined unit value for transaction date for suggested value
* Fixed bug 320261: Dashboard "Income & expenditure": no values, strange colors
* Fixed bug 320157: Skrooge not working when .skg file is located on Samba share
* Fixed bug 320323: Add function ("rest to") In budget
* Fixed bug 320298: Default automatic format detection while importing a file leads to wrong entries creation
* Fixed bug 320070: Allow changing operation date through "Search & Process"
* Fixed bug 320716: Skrooge does not import all operations using weboob
* Fixed bug 320717: Use rdate instead of date in weboob backend
* Fixed bug 319993: Please adopt application logo/icon for smaller resolutions ==> skrooge-mini can be choosen for small resolutions
* Fixed bug 319990: Please fix icon alignment in Pages tab
* Fixed bug 322306: Skrooge Crash using Forecast Schedule
* Fixed bug 322069: Designer plugins should be unversioned .so files
* Fixed bug 323380: Minor date bug when using the stock portfolio widgets
* Fixed bug 320066: Crash importing KmyMoney exported file from Skrooge
* Fixed bug 324972: Import fails without an error when account is defined in CSV
* Fixed bug 325081: Add a « Yesterday » choice in the date picker
* Fixed bug 325174: Importing from gnucash file doesn't import accounts fo types 'Mutual Fund' nor 'Credit Card'
* Fixed bug 325223: Crash when exiting skrooge
* Fixed bug 324008: Erreur when importing .mny file. Error when analysing categories.json
* Fixed bug 325675: Build error in skgfileplugin.cpp for openSUSE 12.2 KDE 4.9
* Correction: KMyMoney exports does not need a check of integrity anymore
* Correction: Addition of all icons in size 256 and 512
* Correction: Block drop of a bookmark under an other bookmark
* Correction: Bad date format detection when the second value is 9 (example: 3/9/04)
* Correction: Remove the "Bank account " string in the name of the account name created by an OFX import
* Correction: Icon for "Amount entered"
* Correction: Authorize long number for operations like 5490990004
* Correction: Default graph mode = line
* Correction: Better detection of duplicate operations after import
* Correction: The setting "Import only operations since the last imported one" allows importation for the same date (< instead of




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 Source dowload problem

 
 by gohanz on: Sep 21 2009
 
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An Exception Has Occurred

tags/skrooge/0.5.0/skrooge-0.5.1.tar.gz: unknown location
HTTP Response Status

404 Not Found
Python Traceback

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/srv/viewvc/lib/viewvc.py", line 3752, in main
request.run_viewvc()
File "/srv/viewvc/lib/viewvc.py", line 329, in run_viewvc
% self.where, '404 Not Found')
ViewVCException: 404 Not Found: tags/skrooge/0.5.0/skrooge-0.5.1.tar.gz: unknown location


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 Re: Source dowload problem

 
 by willy9 on: Sep 21 2009
 
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Oops, sorry wrong address. Can you check again, please ?


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 Re: Re: Source dowload problem

 
 by gohanz on: Sep 21 2009
 
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Many thanks it work now.


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 Very good app!

 
 by parapente on: Oct 15 2009
 
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A big thanks for an app well made! It was just what I was looking for...


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 Re: Very good app!

 
 by willy9 on: Oct 15 2009
 
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Thanks, much appreciated ! Please report any wish or bug in http://forum.kde.org or http://bugs.kde.org.


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 Kpart for Koffice

 
 by smithjd25 on: Oct 20 2009
 
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Are we likely to see a Kpart for Koffice for Skrooge? It would be a joy to compare finances with in-mind expenses before scheduling in KOrganizer. Balance sheets and overdraft and all that. =)

Still waiting on Gentoo ebuilds.


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 Re: Kpart for Koffice

 
 by willy9 on: Oct 20 2009
 
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We have no plans to create a koffice kpart at the moment. How would you use that ? Can you give some examples ?

As to gentoo ebuilds, a contributor stepped up a few weeks ago with an overlay : http://gpo.zugaina.org/app-office/skrooge

I know next to nothing to gentoo, though, so I'm not sure if this means you'll get an ebuild soon.


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 Skrooge & Bespin ?

 
 by lodda on: Dec 1 2009
 
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I don't know if there is a error in Bespin or in Skrooge. But both together looks very confused. It's only Skrooge which doesnt work with Bespin.

http://img43.imageshack.us/img43/4680/skrooge.png

This is Bespin (if someone doesnt know it) http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Bespin?content=63928


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 Re: Skrooge & Bespin ?

 
 by willy9 on: Dec 4 2009
 
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Hmm, the dashboard content itself looks fine, but you're right, there are issues with the tabs and docks. While we have a few specificities in tabs (not sure if this is the cause, though), docks are completely Qt standard. I'll try to install bespin and see what it gives here...


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 Re: Skrooge & Bespin ?

 
 by willy9 on: Dec 4 2009
 
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The issue was indeed on the skrooge side, but Stephane committed a fix :

http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/SmwA75xOw4z7rnVD6I2u8w?feat=directlink

If you use the svn version of skrooge, you'll get the fix immediately, otherwise you'll have to wait for the next release...


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 Double-entry system

 
 by frattale on: Dec 4 2009
 
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I like this app but I miss too much of the double-entry bookkeeping system: have you any plan to add this feature (maybe as a user preference) ? Would it be such a big issue to develop?


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 Re: Double-entry system

 
 by willy9 on: Dec 4 2009
 
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No, there is no such plan. Even more, it was a choice we made from the beginning *not* to use the double entry system, because we want Skrooge to be usable by users with no financial knowledge... :)

If you really miss it, you may want to try KMyMoney (even though the double entry thingy is not really visible to the user, I think), or gnucash.


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 Re: Re: Double-entry system

 
 by frattale on: Dec 5 2009
 
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I know it was a choice, because I read somewhere on your website some months ago: I was just hoping you changed your idea meanwhile... :)
I used Gnucash in the past and I'm currently using Kmymoney; but I'd like to switch to your software because Skrooge is for Kde4 and Kmymoney is not; moreover, I do appreciate some cool feature like "trakers" and the better report in your app.
Do you really think it would be such a problem for the unexperienced financial user if you were to add a non-default setting for the double entry feature? I think that the lack of this system is an issue in kmymoney-skrooge interoperability too: I tried the QIF-bridge workaround, but I got odd results.
Anyway, I'll keep rating up your great application and looking forward for new updates!


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 Re: Re: Double-entry system

 
 by frattale on: Dec 5 2009
 
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I know it was a choice, because I read somewhere on your website some months ago: I was just hoping you changed your idea meanwhile... :)
I used Gnucash in the past and I'm currently using Kmymoney; but I'd like to switch to your software because Skrooge is for Kde4 and Kmymoney is not; moreover, I do appreciate some cool feature like "trakers" and the better report in your app.
Do you really think it would be such a problem for the unexperienced financial user if you were to add a non-default setting for the double entry feature? I think that the lack of this system is an issue in kmymoney-skrooge interoperability too: I tried the QIF-bridge workaround, but I got odd results.
Anyway, I'll keep rating up your great application and looking forward for new updates!


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 Re: Re: Double-entry system

 
 by frattale on: Dec 5 2009
 
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I know it was a choice, because I read somewhere on your website some months ago: I was just hoping you changed your idea meanwhile... :)
I used Gnucash in the past and I'm currently using Kmymoney; but I'd like to switch to your software because Skrooge is for Kde4 and Kmymoney is not; moreover, I do appreciate some cool feature like "trakers" and the better report in your app.
Do you really think it would be such a problem for the unexperienced financial user if you were to add a non-default setting for the double entry feature? I think that the lack of this system is an issue in kmymoney-skrooge interoperability too: I tried the QIF-bridge workaround, but I got odd results.
Anyway, I'll keep rating up your great application and looking forward for new updates!


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 Re: Double-entry syste

 
 by willy9 on: Dec 12 2009
 
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Sorry for not coming back earlier... Switching to a double entry system, even hidden to the user, would have a big impact on the underlying datamodel. And honestly, we don't want to break it at that stage...


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 Re: Re: Double-entry syste

 
 by frattale on: Dec 13 2009
 
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Ok, thanks for your concern and forgive me for posting three times the same thing (it was a misuse of konqueror refresh).


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 Thanks for Skrooge

 
 by Batty on: Jan 9 2010
 
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Many thanks for a very nice program.

PPA for Kubuntu makes it nice and easy to keep up to date.

Thanks for all your good work, Keep it up!

Dave


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