See my first fava extension here (screenshot included): https://github.com/redstreet/fava_tax_loss_harvester
As I suspected, the fava codebase has been clean, well designed and written, and easy to work with. Thanks to you and all the other authors.
Cool, thanks for the pointer.
Sorry i wasn't clear earlier: I'm very familiar and comfortable with python, but I have no experience with web related anything. And it's that part of it my questions are about. I should gain the experience soon, so please bear with my very basic questions meanwhile :)
Let me take a look at you're saying with shipping that function as a link.
antilibrarydoes beancount still doesn't have a forecasting feature and report?
antilibraryI'm looking to move from pocketsmith to a different tool and I've been reading all docs for beancount. The only mentions I've found about a forecast feature are from 2014
fava.core.numberdoesn't allow specifying the precision manually right now but only those precisions obtained from the display context of a currency.
antilibraryhopefully the feature will be improved in time