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GnuCash 2.4 small business accounting

L'équipe de développement GnuCash a été informée qu'un nouveau livre a été publié par PacktPub, UK :

GnuCash 2.4 Small Business Accounting, par Ashok Ramachandran.

Le guide du débutant pour gérer ses comptes.

Our own developer Christian Stimming has been contributing to this book as a reviewer, and we can wholeheartly recommend the outcome of this fruitful collaboration. Feel free to have a look at this book over at packtpub.com, and, best of all, the publisher has committed to allocate some percentage of the book sales back to the GnuCash project. Have fun with this book!

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GnuCash est un gestionnaire de finances personnelles, offert gratuitement sous la license GNU GPL et disponible pour GNU/Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X et Microsoft Windows.

Conçu pour être simple d'utilisation, puissant et flexible, GnuCash vous permet de suivre l'évolution de vos comptes bancaires, portefeuilles d'actions, revenus et dépenses. Aussi rapide et intuitif à utiliser qu'un registre de compte papier, il est basé sur des principes de comptabilité professionnelle pour assurer l'équilibre des comptes et des rapports fiables.

Need Help?

Looking for someone to contact about GnuCash? Try the Listes de diffusion, which are public, email-based discussion groups where you can ask and answer GnuCash questions to other users.

Fonctionnalités

  • Comptabilité en partie double
  • Actions/Obligations/Fonds mutuel
  • Comptabilité pour petites entreprises
  • Rapports et graphiques
  • Importation des protocoles QIF/OFX/HBCI
  • Opérations planifiées
  • Calculs financiers
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GnuCash for Android

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Info and development

The GnuCash team recommends the GnuCash for Android app. This app allows you to keep track of your financial transactions on the go for later import into the desktop version of GnuCash.

Note that GnuCash for Android is not a port of the GnuCash program to Android.

Actualités

GnuCash 2.6.3 released

The GnuCash development team proudly announces GnuCash 2.6.3, the third maintenance release in the 2.6-stable series. Please take the tour of all the new features.

Changes

Between 2.6.2 and 2.6.3, the following bugfixes were accomplished:

Some other fixes not associated with reported bugs were accomplished:

  • Fix resizing of columns in budget view
  • Fix guile 2 stack overflow errors for large reports
  • Fix basis calculation for FIFO or LIFO when less than one lot is sold.
  • Update Window and Menu item from "Preconfigured-" to "Saved-" Report and add lables to the dialog with help texts
  • Aqbanking: SEPA transfer improvements - fix origin labels and add possibility to edit sender's name.
  • Prevent crash reported in Bug 711567. The bug itself wasn't fixed.

Translations Updated: Catalan, Danish, Italian

Documentation

Concurrent with the release of Gnucash 2.6.3 we're pleased to also release a new version 2.6.3 of the companion Help and Tutorial and Concepts Guide.

There were no changes between documentation versions 2.6.2 and 2.6.3.

Getting GnuCash for Windows (Win32 binary)

The Gnucash 2.6.3 Win32 setup executable can be downloaded from Sourceforge. It will install everything needed to run GnuCash.

Mac OSX binary

The Gnucash 2.6.3 MacOS X Intel and PPC packages can be downloaded from Sourceforge as well.

Getting GnuCash as source code

If you want to compile GnuCash 2.6.3 for yourself, the source code can be downloaded from:

To compile GnuCash from the source code by yourself, you will need at least Gnome 2, Guile, and slib. In addition you will need swig if compiling from git. Please consult the README file in the sources for the exact list of dependencies and versions.

Reading the documentation online

An online version of the documentation is available on the Documentation page of the GnuCash website. The 2.6.3 documentation can be found under "GnuCash v2.6 (current stable release)" in multiple languages.

Getting GnuCash Documentation in pdf, epub or mobi formats

The documentation can equally be downloaded in pdf, epub or mobi formats from the Documentation page of the GnuCash website. The 2.6.3 documentation can be found under "GnuCash v2.6 (current stable release)" in multiple languages.

Getting GnuCash Documentation as source code

If you want to compile the GnuCash Documentation 2.6.3 for yourself, the source code can be downloaded from:

About the Program

GnuCash is a free, open source accounting program released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and available for GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows. Programming on GnuCash began in 1997, and its first stable release was in 1998.

GnuCash 2.6.2 released

The GnuCash development team proudly announces GnuCash 2.6.2, the second maintenance release in the 2.6-stable series. Please take the tour of all the new features.

Changes

Mike Alexander has completed his reworking of the Advanced Portfolio Report. Thanks to all who provided feedback to help perfect it.

Between 2.6.1 and 2.6.2, the following bugfixes were accomplished:

Translations Updated: Catalan, Italian

Documentation

Concurrent with the release of Gnucash 2.6.2 we're pleased to also release a new version 2.6.2 of the companion Help and Tutorial and Concepts Guide.

Changes between documentation versions 2.6.1 and 2.6.2 include:

Getting GnuCash for Windows (Win32 binary)

The Gnucash 2.6.2 Win32 setup executable can be downloaded from Sourceforge. It will install everything needed to run GnuCash.

Mac OSX binary

The Gnucash 2.6.2 MacOS X Intel and PPC packages can be downloaded from Sourceforge as well.

Getting GnuCash as source code

If you want to compile GnuCash 2.6.2 for yourself, the source code can be downloaded from:

To compile GnuCash from the source code by yourself, you will need at least Gnome 2, Guile, and slib. In addition you will need swig if compiling from git. Please consult the README file in the sources for the exact list of dependencies and versions.

Reading the documentation online

An online version of the documentation is available on the Documentation page of the GnuCash website. The 2.6.2 documentation can be found under "GnuCash v2.6 (current stable release)" in multiple languages.

Getting GnuCash Documentation in pdf, epub or mobi formats

The documentation can equally be downloaded in pdf, epub or mobi formats from the Documentation page of the GnuCash website. The 2.6.2 documentation can be found under "GnuCash v2.6 (current stable release)" in multiple languages.

Getting GnuCash Documentation as source code

If you want to compile the GnuCash Documentation 2.6.2 for yourself, the source code can be downloaded from:

About the Program

GnuCash is a free, open source accounting program released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and available for GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows. Programming on GnuCash began in 1997, and its first stable release was in 1998.

Gnucash-htdocs Repository Regeneration Complete

The gnucash-htdocs repository has been successfully split into gnucash-htdocs and gnucash-htdocs-docs. The first is to be used by anyone that wants to alter the content of the website, the second will only be used by the documentation release manager to update our binary versions of the GnuCash guide and help manuals.

As said before if you have a clone of the gnucash-htdocs directory from before February 13th you will have to reclone the new repository. If you still have commits that had not yet been pushed upstream you can follow these instructions to move them over to the new repository.

Also remember that the primary branch is "master" from now on. The "trunk" branch has completely been removed. Please don't push to that branch anymore.

About the Program

GnuCash is a free, open source accounting program released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and available for GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows. Programming on GnuCash began in 1997, and its first stable release was in 1998.

Scheduled GnuCash Server Downtime Completed

The scheduled maintenence on Feb 1 has been completed and all services that should be running actually should be running (as of Feb 2, 8:30am). If you find a service misbehaving please let us know. You can email us or contact us on IRC.

Note that Subversion access is no longer available, even in read-only mode. Please use GIT for access to the GnuCash source code. If you had outstanding patches you will need to "git clone", "svn diff" and then apply that patch to the git checkout

Note to developers: The SSH Key has changed on the new server. You will need to manually update your .ssh/known_hosts file. The new key fingerprints are:

  256 a0:35:2a:54:ce:df:1b:b8:82:5e:11:83:73:50:47:55   (ECDSA)
  2048 20:23:3d:df:f3:13:34:c1:32:ca:11:77:24:21:98:01   (RSA)

Please let us know if you find any problems with the services. Thank you.

GnuCash 2.6.1 released

The GnuCash development team proudly announces GnuCash 2.6.1, the first release in our new 2.6-stable series. Please take the tour of all the new features.

Changes

Mike Alexander has extensively reworked the Advanced Portfolio Report.

Between 2.6.0 and 2.6.1, the following bugfixes were accomplished:

Translations Updated: Catalan, Danish, German, Italian

Documentation

Concurrent with the release of Gnucash 2.6.1 we're pleased to also release a new version 2.6.1 of the companion Help and Tutorial and Concepts Guide.

Changes between documentation versions 2.6.0 and 2.6.1 include:

  • First documention updates for credit notes
  • Adapt migration documentation to gsettings introduction
  • Move most of the text regarding business features from guide to help, correct links and wording and many small improvements.
  • Add information about the Business tab in book options window.
  • Enable building Japanese PDF without requiring Debian or downloading fonts from anywhere.
  • Add Fedora font paths
  • Adjust image after [23668] update.
  • Doc/guide/C: add cash account to accts-examples-organization2
  • Docs/guide/de: minor corrections of spelling and an extension by Martin Mainka
  • Update Italian translation of guide.
  • Update instructions for Italian translation to adapt them to new generic langcode.

Getting GnuCash for Windows (Win32 binary)

The Gnucash 2.6.1 Win32 setup executable can be downloaded from Sourceforge. It will install everything needed to run GnuCash.

Mac OSX binary

The Gnucash 2.6.1 MacOS X Intel and PPC packages can be downloaded from Sourceforge as well.

Getting GnuCash as source code

If you want to compile GnuCash 2.6.1 for yourself, the source code can be downloaded from:

To compile GnuCash from the source code by yourself, you will need at least Gnome 2, Guile, and slib. In addition you will need swig if compiling from git. Please consult the README file in the sources for the exact list of dependencies and versions.

Reading the documentation online

An online version of the documentation is available on the Documentation page of the GnuCash website. The 2.6.1 documentation can be found under "GnuCash v2.6 (current stable release)" in multiple languages.

Getting GnuCash Documentation in pdf, epub or mobi formats

The documentation can equally be downloaded in pdf, epub or mobi formats from the Documentation page of the GnuCash website. The 2.6.1 documentation can be found under "GnuCash v2.6 (current stable release)" in multiple languages.

Getting GnuCash Documentation as source code

If you want to compile the GnuCash Documentation 2.6.1 for yourself, the source code can be downloaded from:

About the Program

GnuCash is a free, open source accounting program released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and available for GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows. Programming on GnuCash began in 1997, and its first stable release was in 1998.

GnuCash 2.4.15 released

The GnuCash development team sheepishly announces GnuCash 2.4.15, the real final bug fix release in a series of stable of the GnuCash Free Accounting Software.We had our noses rubbed in two serious regressions within a couple of days of releasing 2.4.14, and having now fixed them present this release with our apologies. With this release series, GnuCash can use an SQL database using SQLite3, MySQL or PostgreSQL. It runs on GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, Microsoft Windows and Mac OSX.

Getting GnuCash for Windows (Win32 binary)

The Gnucash 2.4.15 Win32 setup executable can be downloaded from Sourceforge. It will install everything needed to run GnuCash.

Mac OSX binary

The Gnucash 2.4.15 Intel MacOSX package and Gnucash 2.4.15 PPC MacOSX package can be downloaded from Sourceforge as well.

Getting GnuCash as source code

If you want to compile GnuCash 2.4.15 for yourself, the source code can be downloaded from:

To compile GnuCash from the source code by yourself, you will need Gnome 2, guile, slib. In addition you will need swig if compiling from subversion.

Changes

Between 2.4.14 and 2.4.15, the following bugfixes were accomplished:

In addition, txf.scm has been updated for 2013 US Income Tax form/schedule changes

About the Program

GnuCash is a free, open source accounting program released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and available for GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows. Programming on GnuCash began in 1997, and its first stable release was in 1998.

GnuCash 2.4.14 released

The GnuCash development team proudly announces GnuCash 2.4.14, the final bug fix release in a series of stable of the GnuCash Free Accounting Software. With this release series, GnuCash can use an SQL database using SQLite3, MySQL or PostgreSQL. It runs on GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, Microsoft Windows and Mac OSX.

Getting GnuCash for Windows (Win32 binary)

The Gnucash 2.4.14 Win32 setup executable can be downloaded from Sourceforge. It will install everything needed to run GnuCash.

Mac OSX binary

The Gnucash 2.4.14 MacOSX package can be downloaded from Sourceforge as well.

Getting GnuCash as source code

If you want to compile GnuCash 2.4.14 for yourself, the source code can be downloaded from:

To compile GnuCash from the source code by yourself, you will need Gnome 2, guile, slib. In addition you will need swig if compiling from subversion.

Changes

Between 2.4.13 and 2.4.14, the following bugfixes was included:

  • Bug #584869: Net change line in general journal report broken
  • Bug #589685: In the report "Budget flow" period it doesn't work ok change the report head line to show the period date for (- period 1). Author : Carsten Rinke
  • Bug #627575: Stylesheet names with non-alphanumeric characters and saved-reports -- addendum
  • Bug #632362: Unable to create "reversing transaction" again after it is removed
  • Bug #632588: Scrub doesn't fix missing currency
  • Bug #644044: Lots: SQL backend loses link to Gain/Loss Txn
  • Bug #653594: related to check printing.
  • Bug #674862: 2038 bug in libdbi
  • Bug #684670: Interest amount calculation is wrong in Sqlite3 format
  • Bug #699686: Startup dialog windows should be top level windows Author: Simon Arlott
  • Bug #701670: Command-V in reconcile window pastes data in register
  • Bug #704183: OFX file import tries to match online_id against ACCTID[space]ACCTKEY even when ACCTKEY is empty.
  • Bug #705123: qofbookmerge.c: bad if statement
  • Bug #710055: advanced portfolio report counts capital gains split as dividend
  • Bug #710311: Missing ChangeLogs
  • Bug #711317: Indian Rupee Symbol appears as "?" marks
  • Bug #712528: Decompress zipped XML files ourself instead of letting libxml2 do it. As of version 2.9.1 it has a bug that causes it to fail to decompress certain files.

In 2.4.14, the Danish translation was updated and a new Arabic translation was added.

About the Program

GnuCash is a free, open source accounting program released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and available for GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows. Programming on GnuCash began in 1997, and its first stable release was in 1998.

GnuCash 2.6.0 released

The GnuCash development team proudly announces GnuCash 2.6.0, the first release in our new 2.6-stable series. Please take the tour of all the new features. Details of the changes from the last unstable version can be found in NEWS.

Getting GnuCash for Windows (Win32 binary)

The Gnucash 2.6.0 Win32 setup executable can be downloaded from Sourceforge. It will install everything needed to run GnuCash.

Mac OSX binary

The Gnucash 2.6.0 MacOS X Intel and PPC packages can be downloaded from Sourceforge as well.

Getting GnuCash as source code

If you want to compile GnuCash 2.6.0 for yourself, the source code can be downloaded from:

To compile GnuCash from the source code by yourself, you will need at least Gnome 2, Guile, and slib. In addition you will need swig if compiling from git. Please consult the README file in the sources for the exact list of dependencies and versions.

About the Program

GnuCash is a free, open source accounting program released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and available for GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows. Programming on GnuCash began in 1997, and its first stable release was in 1998.

GnuCash 2.5.10 (Unstable) released

The GnuCash development team proudly announces GnuCash 2.5.10, the eleventh release in the 2.5.x series of the GnuCash Free Accounting Software. It runs on GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris and Mac OSX.

WARNING: This is an UNSTABLE version of GnuCash.

This release is intended for everyone who wants to help find bugs and other problems to make the eventual stable release better.

Make sure you make backups of any files used in testing versions of GnuCash in the 2.5.x series. Although the developers go to great lengths to ensure that no data will be lost we cannot guarantee that your data will not be affected if for some reason GnuCash crashes in testing these releases.

This is the second "beta" release, with 2.6.0 planned for release 29 December. String and Feature Freeze are now in effect. No new features affecting strings, API, or UI should be committed until after 2.6.0 is released.

NOTE: The latest stable version is 2.4.13.

Please TEST, TEST, and TEST some more any and all features important to you. Then post any bugs you find to Bugzilla

Major changes in the 2.5 series

  • Register2 is now a configure option. Default builds, including the Windows and Mac All-in-one packages, will use only the old register. We've decided that it isn't ready for general use and the principal author doesn't have time to make it ready in time for a 2.6 release.
  • GnuCash now requires Gtk+-2.24 and GLib-2.26. We've removed most of the dependencies on libraries obsoleted by project Ridley and will be in position to move to Gtk+-3.x once the GtkTreeModel register window work is complete. This means that GnuCash 2.5 requires Debian 6, RHEL 6, or one of the more aggressive distributions like Ubuntu.
  • GnuCash now works with Guile-2.0, but enabling Guile-2.0 support requires building GnuCash with Swig-2.0.10. The distribution tarballs were built with this version and should work with Guile-2.0
  • The business module has been revamped and we introduce some new features:
    • Credit Notes
    • Customer and Vendor Overview Pages
    • Customer Overview Reports
    • Existing Transactions may be reassigned as invoice payments
    • Support for duplicate invoices
    • Improved invoice and bill handling: Post, print, or duplicate multiple items directly from a search results list
    • Better invoice printing setup: Choose a default invoice report as a preference
    • Reorder invoice entries in the invoice window
  • Geert Janssens has rewritten the preferences system to use GSettings from GIO (GLib) instead of GConf. This is a simpler and more robust backend which writes to the OS's native prefs — defaults on OS X and the Registry on MSWindows — and allows us to remove several troublesome dependencies including GConf, ORBit, and DBus.

    Note that window position, column sizes, and sort orders will not be migrated from GConf. Those settings will revert to the default the first time you use Gnucash 2.5.6 or later, but they will be saved once you've reset them.

  • Patrick has contributed a new feature allowing one to link an external file to a transaction. This long-requested feature is available through the Transaction menu and a transaction's context menu. The files are displayed in the default viewer for that file type.
  • The "Num" field is now optionally per-split rather than per-transaction.
  • GnuCash can print to a PDF for reports and invoices
  • Account "Filter By" settings can be saved and recalled
  • Account entries in the Chart of Account can be colored
  • When opening a locked "book" one now has the option of opening it read-only. Note that GnuCash is still a single-user program and that the database backends are still used only as a data store.
  • Tom Loft has contributed an initial version of REST API allowing minimal information about accounts, invoices and customers to be accessed in JSON format. Includes modifications to gnucash_core.py to add additional functions.
  • GnuCash is no longer subject to the "2038" bug, so that 30-year mortgages can now be entered correctly.
  • Frédéric Perrin has contributed a change to display currency symbols whenever they are known and unambiguous.
  • By agreement of all authors we have relicensed GnuCash to the GNU General Public License Version 2 or later from just Version 2.

Changes Since the Last Unstable Release

  • Bug #336843: Attach images/files/urls to transactions: Disable the "show attachment" menu item if the transaction has no attached file.
  • Bug #619478:Build warning in html/gnc-html-webkit.c
  • Bug #627575: Stylesheet names with non-alphanumeric characters and saved-reports
  • Bug #630578: current date instead of posting date in exchange rate, when posting a bill
  • Bug #632588: Scrub doesn't fix missing currency
  • Bug #639371: Welcome Sample Report reports wrong version and has a broken report
  • Bug #653594: wrong amount printed on checks
  • Bug #705714: QIF Import - File selection pop-up is not on top during qif import.
  • Bug #708526: GnuCash Crashes when opening About page: Downgrade the error to a critical warning.
  • Bug #711317: Indian Rupee Symbol appears as "?" marks
  • Bug #715123: Post invoice problem, cannot unpost
  • Bug #719481: GnuCash report crashes with Guile2
  • Bug #719521: Missing radio button in "Edit security" dialog
  • Bug #719726: Click on File -> Open seg-faults
  • Bug #720235: Python bindings should load environment file just like gnucash does
  • Fix Python tests to no longer require gsettings schemas installed.
  • Fix the CuteCash (Qt GUI based) build
  • Multi-currency "Post invoice" improvements
  • Protect gnc_mktime against bad dates.
  • Protect against null account pointers in a couple of place to avoid asserts.
  • Qif Import Assistant: Don't disable the whole dialog, just the Forward button.
  • QifImport: Fix crash from attempting to import an empty file.
  • Add the ability to search for transactions that are, or are not, book closing entries.
  • Move customer, bill, and invoice importers form the business menu to the file menu.
  • Rename some directories in src/import-export so that the gschema.xml.in.in files within them don't have pathnames that are too long for tar when the GnuCash version exceeds 5 digits (e.g., 2.5.10).
  • Translations updated: German, Italian, French
  • New Translation: Arabic

Caveats for Testers

Any 2.5.x version might crash unexpectedly. If you must test with important data in a 2.5.x release and are using the XML file backend for data storage, be sure to save the file frequently. If you are using the SQL backend, this is not required as every change is saved immediately to the database.

Although the screenshots have been updated in the documentation, much of the wording still describes GnuCash-2.4. Please help update the documentation: See the development wiki page on how to get involved.

How can you help?

  • Testing: Please try out as many features as you can. Report problems either in bug reportsor on the devel mailing list
  • Translating: Translators may begin work on new strings at any time, and while we haven't yet announced string freeze it's imminent. Status of translations is shown on the translation status page. If GnuCash isn't fully translated into your language and you'd like to pitch in, here's how to get involved.

Getting GnuCash

Source code for GnuCash 2.5.10 can be downloaded from multiple locations:

  • The GnuCash website
  • Sourceforge: bzip2, gzip, all files.
  • You can also checkout the sources directly from the repository with subversion:

    svn co http://svn.gnucash.org/repo/gnucash/trunk gnucash

    Or with git:

    git clone git://github.com/Gnucash/gnucash.git

To install GnuCash, you will need Gnome 2 and guile 1.8 or 2.0, including devel packages. In addition you will need swig (swig-2.0.10 for guile 2.0, see the note at the top) if compiling from subversion or git.

Win32 and MacOSX binary

The following pre-compiled application packages are also available:

About the Program

GnuCash is a free, open source accounting program released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) Version 2 or Version 3 and available for GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows. Programming on GnuCash began in 1997, and its first stable release was in 1998.

Wanted to contribute to GnuCash but don't know how ? Here's your chance

The gnome platform is changing its software centre to work more like an appstore. So each application that wants to be visible in the new software centre needs some nice screen shots to show and a nice summary of what the application does.

That's the very short explanation. More details about this can be found here.

So what can you do ?

  1. Look at the description that is currently in our appdata file and make it better. The guidelines for a proper description can be found here.

  2. Make some nice screen shots of GnuCash in action and make them available somewhere for us to view. The best 3 will be used for the software centre. If there are many more submissions, a selection of the nicest screen shots will be used for a gallery on the GnuCash website.

Timing: please submit your work before December 10, so we can make the selection for the release-candidate release mid-December. To inform us of your work please send a mail to gnucash-devel@gnucash.org.

You will be doing many users a favour with this relatively easy opportunity to contribute.

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