|AccountNames are strings like assets:cash:petty.
From a set of these we derive the account hierarchy.
- -> [a,a:b,a:b:c,d,d:e]
- -> [a,d]
|We could almost get by with just the AccountName manipulations
above, but we need smarter structures to eg display the account
tree with boring accounts elided. This converts a list of
AccountName to a tree (later we will convert that to a tree of
Elide an account name to fit in the specified width.
From the ledger 2.6 news:
What Ledger now does is that if an account name is too long, it will
start abbreviating the first parts of the account name down to two
letters in length. If this results in a string that is still too
long, the front will be elided -- not the end. For example:
Expenses:Cash ; OK, not too long
Ex:Wednesday:Cash ; Expenses was abbreviated to fit
Ex:We:Afternoon:Cash ; Expenses and Wednesday abbreviated
..:Af:Lu:Sn:Ca:Ch:Cash ; Abbreviated and elided!
|Check if a set of ledger account/description patterns matches the
given account name or entry description. Patterns are case-insensitive
regular expression strings; those beginning with - are anti-patterns.
|Similar to matchpats, but follows the special behaviour of ledger
2.6's balance command: positive patterns which do not contain : match
the account leaf name, other patterns match the full account name.
|Do the positives in these patterns permit a match for this string ?
|Do the negatives in these patterns prevent a match for this string ?
|Produced by Haddock version 2.7.2|