warlord at MIT.EDU
Sat Nov 14 22:42:17 EST 2009
Munroe Sollog <sollog at digiraticonsulting.com> writes:
> Isn't that motivation to make the gnucash report more robust by adding a
> notes field to it? In addition to a notes field, some sort of
> superscript field on a per cell basis? I understand your reasoning
> behind using something like a spreadsheet to prepare your final reports,
> but wouldn't it bet better to add that functionality to gnucash?
> I added a day or so ago an item on the wiki's wishlist for an online
> repository for custom reports. This would allow us to easily work
> together to implement this kind of report. The idea of tackling an
> entire custom report is a little tiring for me. I would have no problem
> taking an already existing report and tweaking it a bit, as I am sure
> many others wouldn't as well. But we need a place we can share this
> work effectively.
We don't need something like that because pretty much any report that
gets written gets included into GnuCash. So GnuCash is, by definition,
the repository of shared custom reports.
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