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    Dmitry Merzlyakov
    @dmitry-merzlyakov
    Follow @dmmerzlyakov or #nledger on Twitter to get the latest .Net Ledger news
    .Net Ledger 0.6 Public Beta is available - https://github.com/dmitry-merzlyakov/nledger/releases
    Visual Studio Code Ledger extension (https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=mariosangiorgio.ledger) perfectly works with .Net Ledger v0.6. It might be helpful for people on Windows platform where genuine Ledger binaries are not easily available.
    Simon Michael
    @simonmichael
    hi @dmitry-merzlyakov . Congrats on .Net Ledger!
    I just added it to http://plaintextaccounting.org/#ledger-likes , feel free to update
    your Ledger compatibility sounds very impressive
    though I can't believe you have replicated all of value expressions and quirks!
    Dmitry Merzlyakov
    @dmitry-merzlyakov
    @simonmichael Thank you! Yes, it is my primary focus to get complete compatibility with the original Ledger; value expressions are OK for now :) Of course, there is much work to be done yet but I hope I will finish everything that I put to my roadmap.
    Mikael Olenfalk
    @mauve
    Hi @dmitry-merzlyakov I just started playing with nledger. I was really happy to find it as all the other tools seemed annoyingly hard to install on windows. Thanks!
    In order to just play with the code I started playing with packaging NLedger for the Store, I have hit some snafu which I will need to dig into, but before I spend too much time on this, would such a change be accepted?
    Dmitry Merzlyakov
    @dmitry-merzlyakov
    Hi @mauve I am glad that you find this product helpful. Sure, you can develop something on your own using NLedger as a basement. Feel free to fork the current code base and create your own package/infrastructure/product or whatever you want. Actually, I have a point in my planes to share NLedger as .Net Standard 2.0 library in a NuGet package with an easy integration API; I suppose it would be a preferable option but I am not sure in my schedule and possible terms. So, create a fork and good luck!
    Mikael Olenfalk
    @mauve
    @dmitry-merzlyakov cool, thanks, expect a PR as soon as I get it working