Report customization nightmare

Anthony Dardis adardis at
Tue Jun 29 14:20:42 EDT 2010

With the upcoming sql data storage, it should (?) be possible to use tools  

(I've never used this particular program, it's just the first one that  
popped up in Google. If it's anything like the report writer in Access, a  
non-programmer can put together a report with a certain amount of effort.   
I'm with Gour on Scheme: I spent a semester once using Lisp, but I'm more  
inclined to improve my C to work on GnuCash than to get up to speed on  

On Tue, 29 Jun 2010 12:44:35 -0400, Gour <gour at> wrote:

> On Tue, 29 Jun 2010 12:01:34 -0400
>>>>>>> "Mike" == Mike or Penny Novack <stepbystepfarm at> wrote:
> Mike> The problem with scheme is of course unfamiliarity working with
> Mike> the"functional" languages as most of us learned "procedural"
> Mike> languages first and it's a different way of thinking.
> Here this is not the problem - I'm into learning Haskell and feeling
> quite alright with it, but, still, learning another not-so-widely-used
> language or, let's better say, the one which we wouldn't used anywhere
> else, makes it a bit too expensive excursion in order to just tweak
> reports/invoices.
> Sincerely,
> Gour

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