requesting Xmonad and homebank

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Duncan_Idaho
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requesting Xmonad and homebank

Post by Duncan_Idaho » 14. Oct 2009, 15:19

hi, I first of all I want to say thanks to the dev team for this great distribution :mrgreen:
second I want to request some packages for xmonad and homebank :)
xmonad is a dynamically tiling X11 window manager that is written
and configured in Haskell. In a normal WM, you spend half your time
aligning and searching for windows. xmonad makes work easier, by
automating this
.
here's the homepage and the slackbuilds.org page
HomeBank is the free software you have always wanted to manage your personal
accounts at home. The main concept is to be light, simple and very easy to
use. It brings you many features that allows you to analyze your finances in
a detailed way instantly and dynamically with powerfull report tools based on
filtering and graphical charts.
here's the homepage and the slackbuilds.org page

thanks in advance :mrgreen:

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laprjns
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Re: requesting Xmonad and homebank

Post by laprjns » 15. Oct 2009, 02:42

Here's Homebank : http://people.salixos.org/laprjns/homebank/4.0.4/
It was built with libofx, so you will need to install this also: http://people.salixos.org/laprjns/libofx/0.9.1/

Bug Tracker ticket #66

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JRD
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Re: requesting Xmonad and homebank

Post by JRD » 15. Oct 2009, 15:57

I must use homebank...I'm a reallly bad money manager :(
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Re: requesting Xmonad and homebank

Post by Duncan_Idaho » 15. Oct 2009, 17:22

thank you for the packages laprjns :lol:
JRD wrote:I must use homebank...I'm a reallly bad money manager :(
here's the user documentation http://homebank.free.fr/help/index.html
this program is really simple to use once you got the hang of it :D

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