skrooge

Financial

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Description:

Skrooge is a personal finances manager powered by KF5, 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

gohanz

9 years ago

Many thanks it work now.

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jmdennis

9 years ago

You are right the items were reconciled before the import but nothing shows checked after importing into skrooge. In both gnucash and also kmymoney2 as I told you it shows fine in these but not skrooge.

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willy9

9 years ago

OK, got it. Can you please open a bug report on bugs.kde.org ? I agree with you that when importing a reconciled operation, it should still be reconciled after import.

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willy9

9 years ago

Just a clarification : what you describe here is a known bug, but has been closed in 0.5.0. What version did you use when getting this error ?

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jmdennis

9 years ago

I was using version 0.5.0 when I noticed this.

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jmdennis

9 years ago

When I imported my QIF file it shows no items checked even though I have reconciled most of this. Both kmymoney2 and gnucash show this but your application does not.

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willy9

9 years ago

I'm sorry but I don't understand the issue. You mean you expected all imported operations to be reconciled per default ?

Or you that you had reconciled operations in your QIF that are not reconciled after import ?

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jmdennis

9 years ago

Thanks for letting me know. I look forward to using it. I will have to see if it inputs the way I want it to. I have so many to enter now that any thing to make this easier would be helpful. This is why I wanted to enter it almost like a checking book. It just makes things easier on me to enter them in this way.

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jmdennis

9 years ago

When will version 0.5 be released. You talk about a bug being closed and performance being better but I would like to know when this will be released.

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willy9

9 years ago

Version 0.5.0 will be released on August 29th. The delay is mostly needed by KDE translators, if you are OK with english, and impatient, you can try the SVN version !

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gumper

9 years ago

I've been checking out Skrooge and so far I like what I'm seeing. I really like the reporting capabilities of the program. One problem that I noticed is that it takes a long time to reconcile an account. When I select the check mark for each entry it takes approx. 10 seconds until it accepts it and I can move on to the next entry. The cpu also goes to 100% during this time. Is this normal?

Thanks for a great program!

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willy9

9 years ago

Nope, that's definitely not the normal behaviour... Can you please open a bug report on http://bugs.kde.org ? Please give as much details as you can.

Thanks !

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willy9

9 years ago

This issue is closed with upcoming version (0.5.0).

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=204233

Thanks for reporting it !

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kap4lin

9 years ago

Looks interesting. Two questions:

1. Any Debian/Sid package?

2. Any way to transfer the data from KMyMoney to Skrooge?

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willy9

9 years ago

I'm not aware of any debian packages... It may come whith our first release from KDE extragear, planned on August 29th.

Regarding KMyMoney files, you can export them in QIF, and import them in Skrooge.

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kap4lin

9 years ago

The download page showed a .deb (0.2.9) file which installed fine on Debian/Sid !!!

The transfer from KMM also went "almost" smooth. Very impressive. Though, I am not sure whether the "transfer" transaction were imported correctly.

I see a "Hide checked operations" on the top of the operations context. But how do I check an operation.

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kap4lin

9 years ago

Never mind, I am reading the handbook - figured out the reconciliation process...

But some icons are missing, eg. Categories, Monthly report, Units, "two-way-arrow" for transferes

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willy9

9 years ago

Thanks for the feedback ! The missing icons is because some sizes were missing in skrooge 0.2.9, which is no longer acceptable in KDE4.3. This will be fixed with next version, 0.5.0 due on August 29th.
The .deb file is actually for ubuntu... Glad it works.

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szyms

9 years ago

Hey,
I love your application, it is really useful but i got a problem.

When i am adding new operations, skrooge is freezing. I can't do anything, i have too kill it so i am loosing all inserted data. I can say it appears in 1/3 added operations so it really preclude using skrooge.

In terminal nothing happens :

szyms@szyms:~$ skrooge
################################################
##STARTING SKROOGE
################################################
Calling appendChild() on a null node does nothing.
Killed


I will be pleased to get know how to solve this problem.


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willy9

9 years ago

Can you do :
export SKGTRACE=1
in a konsole, then run skrooge from there ?

It should output a lot of things, so maybe redirect outputs into a text file.

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bugmenot1234

9 years ago

Hi, when I try to compile 0.2.9 i'll get the following error:

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Scanning dependencies of target skgbasegui
[ 13%] Building CXX object skgbasegui/CMakeFiles/skgbasegui.dir/skgbasegui_automoc.o
[ 14%] Building CXX object skgbasegui/CMakeFiles/skgbasegui.dir/skgmainpanel.o
/home/miga/skrooge/skgbasemodeler/skgdocument.h:37: warning: type attributes are honored only at type definition
/home/miga/skrooge/skgbasemodeler/skgdocument.h:37: error: use of enum ‘ModificationType’ without previous declaration
/home/miga/skrooge/skgbasemodeler/skgdocument.h:37: error: expected unqualified-id before ‘{’ token
/home/miga/skrooge/skgbasemodeler/skgdocument.h:49: error: ‘ModificationType’ does not name a type
make[2]: *** [skgbasegui/CMakeFiles/skgbasegui.dir/skgmainpanel.o] Error 1
make[1]: *** [skgbasegui/CMakeFiles/skgbasegui.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2

Am I missing something? Got the dependencies from the gentoo ebuild

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willy9

9 years ago

Hmm, I don't know.

I asked Stephane to have an eye on this, he may be able to help.

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willy9

9 years ago

Just talked to Stephane, and we have no idea where this could come from... Please mail me (gdebure at yahoo dot com) we may be able to nail down the issue.

I will also try to hang out in IRC (#skrooge) on the evenings (GMT+1) if it suits you more.

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haffmans

9 years ago

Using GCC 4.1.2? "Quick" fix: switch to GCC 4.3.2 (remember to follow the gcc upgrading guide: http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/gcc-upgrading.xml) or patch the sources and remove the KDE_EXPORT macro on the given line.

Bug report: http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=201289

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hcooh

9 years ago

Hello !
his software seems to be really good, unfortunately, I can't really test it as when I try to make a new document, I have an error (and clicking on "historique" gives me) :
[ERR-5]: La création du document a échoué
[ERR-5]: SKGDocument::migrate() a échoué. La migration de la base de données de la version à la version 1.4 a échoué
[ERR-5]: SKGDocument::migrate() a échoué. La migration de la base de données de la version à la version 0.6 a échoué
[ERR-10001]: CREATE VIEW v_refund AS SELECT *, (SELECT TOTAL(o.f_REALCURRENTAMOUNT) FROM v_operation_consolidated o WHERE o.r_refund_id=refund.id) AS f_CURRENTAMOUNT from refund:no such column: o.r_refund_id Impossible d'exécuter l'instruction. no such column: o.r_refund_id

The translation in English of this message is approximately :
[ERR-5]: Document creation failed
[ERR-5]: SKGDocument::migrate() failed. The transfer of the database to the version 1.4 failed.
[ERR-5]: SKGDocument::migrate() failed. The transfer of the database to the version 0.6 failed.
[ERR-10001]: CREATE VIEW v_refund AS SELECT *, (SELECT TOTAL(o.f_REALCURRENTAMOUNT) FROM v_operation_consolidated o WHERE o.r_refund_id=refund.id) AS f_CURRENTAMOUNT from refund:no such column: o.r_refund_id Impossible to execute the instruction. no such column: o.r_refund_id

Another precision, I have fedora 10 running KDE4.2.3 with qt 4.5.
Does anyone know where could this come from ?

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