QHacc is a personal accounting program based on Qt. It features double- or single-entry bookkeeping and a reconciliation window. It also provides support for memorized and split transactions, graphing, reporting, archiving, and scheduled transactions that can be based on the account balance.
|Tags||Office/Business Financial Accounting|
Release Notes: This release adds an addition/subtraction calculator in money-entry fields. It adds instructions for building on Windows (with MinGW) and an initial Spanish translation. The build process was improved for using user-specific paths. The distribution process was improved, to (hopefully) include everything needed to build the project from scratch.
Release Notes: The application was completely re-written for Qt 4. It has much less functionality than the 3.X releases. There are currently no plugins, no reporting, and probably a whole slew of new bugs. There are plenty of places where features are missing, and functionality that looks like it should be there just plain doesn't work.
Release Notes: This release adds support for market transactions, a per-split taxable flag for transactions, and the ability to void old transactions, updates the GPG plugin for GPGME 1.X, and improves the graphing options.
Release Notes: This release featured major stability improvements, loan calculations, native support for Windows compilation, improved SQLite integration and performance, and overall performance enhancements. The "out of range" errors were fixed, and multiple improvements were made to the upgrade, graphing, and reporting plugins. Alternate currency handling was improved and compilation problems with GCC 2.95.4 and Qt versions older than 3.2 were fixed.
Release Notes: This is a stable release. Program version checking is done during startup, and startup and shutdown speeds are improved. Automatic saving routines have been fixed, improvements were made to drag-and-drop between viewer and chooser, and fixes were written for problems with account ordering across saves and account reports.