warlord at MIT.EDU
Tue Feb 11 10:33:07 CST 2003
"Lahoz Gracia, Juan Leon" <juan-leon.lahoz at mad.tecsidel.es> writes:
> - Improved reports. It would be nice to anyone without a
> clue about scheme to be able to define his/her own
> reports, configure them, save them, etc. It is the feature
> I miss the most (well, this and a proper export of the
> reports to HTML, but I suppose that the not very good
> exports are due the gtk widgets and libraries. I may be
I'm not sure what you mean by this. Could you give an example of a
report that you would like to see that doesn't exist?
Note that any kind of "new report" that processes data in a different
way is going to have to be "written" somehow. So I'm not sure what
you mean by someone without a clue about programming. Yes, I know you
said "clue about scheme", but frankly scheme is about as difficult to
learn as, say, M$ Macros, so I consider them equivalent.
> - Gtk2. Yes, I know that it is not a feature by itself, but
Yes, a port to gnome-2 is the main thrust of the gnucash-2 effort.
Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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