misery 0.2-1.1build2 source package in Ubuntu


misery (0.2-1.1build2) artful; urgency=high

  * No change rebuild against ocaml 4.04 transition.

 -- Dimitri John Ledkov <email address hidden>  Mon, 26 Jun 2017 22:49:12 +0100

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misery_0.2.orig.tar.gz 17.8 KiB d7795bd1751c55b3007eee167990c2c77b319ea513bb9113fed95a0872df7027
misery_0.2-1.1build2.debian.tar.xz 11.1 KiB 64f4bfc3fd29aa1bf0388dcc3263227da2cca829b3f70ee6b1524e3e14e9c0ce
misery_0.2-1.1build2.dsc 1.4 KiB 4a086b6ce97f2490462c5fc21027f6235a2adf52d1a58cdb92aa2895e23cb6e5

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misery: Simple accounting package for groups, clubs, holidays

 Misery is a simple way to do accounting for things like clubs, and
 group holidays. Anything where you have things like shared food,
 transport, drinks/dinners out, group gear and so on. Data is entered
 as text files and it produces finished accounts as a set of HTML
 files which can be uploaded so participants can easily find out how
 much they owe/are owed. It is not a double-entry bookkeeping tool and
 it doesn't do invoicing.
 It has a number of useful features to make it easy to sort out bar
 and restaurant bills, deal with multiple currencies, recurring costs,
 beer tallies, bank accounts, and to check that categories sum to zero
 when they should.

misery-dbgsym: Debug symbols for misery