Linux.com: Ledger, The Bran Muffin of Accounting Tools
Nov 14, 2006, 10:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Ledger is a command-line accounting application for the
hardcore financial professional. If you're an MBA who groks Emacs
and regular expressions, or a kernel hacker who appreciates tax
deferred accruals, you'll love this application.
"The following description comes directly from Ledger's home
"Ledger is an accounting tool with the moxie to exist. It
provides no bells or whistles, and returns the user to the days
before user interfaces were even a twinkling in their father's CRT.
What it does offer is a double-entry accounting ledger with all the
flexibility and muscle of its modern day cousins, without any of
the fat. Think of it as the Bran Muffin of accounting tools..."