Possible bug in the expenses system

Josh Sled jsled at asynchronous.org
Tue Mar 6 08:34:36 EST 2007

On Tue, 2007-03-06 at 06:14 -0500, John Schmerge wrote:
> I have a bunch of personal data in my books that I'm not willing to give
> anyone, but am looking to solve the issue. If anyone can tell me who to
> talk to about this, I'd be happy to debug the issue.
> Please email me if you're the owner of the expenses report.

There's no particular owner of the reports; in many cases the primary
author is no longer around.  I note that Christian Stimming does have a
copyright/authorship notice on many of them, so he may assert otherwise.

Which report in particular?  Expenses piechart?  Barchart?

I suggest removing relevant transactions from (perhaps a copy of) your
datafile until you find the one that makes a difference.  If there is a
large number, perhaps a binary search will allow you to find it faster.

Another option would be to output a message — perhaps the transaction
(txn) guid, description and amount — for each txn included in the
report; you should then see the one stand out ... or not, in which case
we can try something else.

http://asynchronous.org/ - a=jsled;b=asynchronous.org;echo ${a}@${b}
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