hledger-lib-1.5.1: Core data types, parsers and functionality for the hledger accounting tools

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A Ledger is derived from a Journal by applying a filter specification to select Transactions and Postings of interest. It contains the filtered journal and knows the resulting chart of accounts, account balances, and postings in each account.



ledgerFromJournal :: Query -> Journal -> Ledger Source #

Filter a journal's transactions with the given query, then derive a ledger containing the chart of accounts and balances. If the query includes a depth limit, that will affect the ledger's journal but not the ledger's account tree.

ledgerAccountNames :: Ledger -> [AccountName] Source #

List a ledger's account names.

ledgerAccount :: Ledger -> AccountName -> Maybe Account Source #

Get the named account from a ledger.

ledgerRootAccount :: Ledger -> Account Source #

Get this ledger's root account, which is a dummy "root" account above all others. This should always be first in the account list, if somehow not this returns a null account.

ledgerTopAccounts :: Ledger -> [Account] Source #

List a ledger's top-level accounts (the ones below the root), in tree order.

ledgerLeafAccounts :: Ledger -> [Account] Source #

List a ledger's bottom-level (subaccount-less) accounts, in tree order.

ledgerAccountsMatching :: [String] -> Ledger -> [Account] Source #

Accounts in ledger whose name matches the pattern, in tree order.

ledgerPostings :: Ledger -> [Posting] Source #

List a ledger's postings, in the order parsed.

ledgerDateSpan :: Ledger -> DateSpan Source #

The (fully specified) date span containing all the ledger's (filtered) transactions, or DateSpan Nothing Nothing if there are none.

ledgerCommodities :: Ledger -> [CommoditySymbol] Source #

All commodities used in this ledger.

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