Easier custom reporting (maybe Lua)?

Sébastien de Menten sdementen at gmail.com
Sun Oct 23 08:13:48 EDT 2016

Hello Julien

Some pointers if you're familier with python: you could use a combination
of the jinja2 and piecash packages to generate gnucash reports.

Sebastien  (author of piecash)

On Oct 23, 2016 12:47, "Julien Cornebise" <julien.cornebise at gmail.com>

> Dear Gnucash team
> Is there a simpler way to build custom reports than learning Scheme? E.g.,
> what would it take to add Lua support?
> I'm trying to create various custom reports on my account [to handle joint
> accounts and shared expenses], and find it somewhat complicated -- eg.
> compared with MoneyManagerX, which uses SQL+Lua (
> https://github.com/moneymanagerex/general-reports).
> I love GnuCash's precision and its ecosystem (great forum, great chat,
> great doc), but would be so much happier if I could customise on a week-end
> and contribute back...
> Thanks for any pointers,
> Julien
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