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RE: [Phpgroupware-users] CK-Ledger v.0.3.1 released

From: Hsing-Foo Wang
Subject: RE: [Phpgroupware-users] CK-Ledger v.0.3.1 released
Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 22:25:39 +0100

On the other hand....

Thanks. CK! For a great contribution.
I agree it's a bit of a surprise to see the content being droppend in
the current directory.

Therefore a kind request, is it possible to pack all the modules in 1
directory e.g. called 'ck-ledger' ?

Adding apps to phpgw is explained by the phpgw docs, which I followed
and worked perfectly. The 'frontpage' of every 'ck-ledger module' tells
it all. On the other hand I guess a small readme.txt within the
'ck-ledger' dir which explains the rules of incorpoating apss into phpgw
and a brief excerpt of the index pages of each module would be nice.

Phpgw team, could you please assist CK with a small step by step
instruction set on how to incorporate a app? CK is bussy enough all by
his own self ;-)

CK, could you please consider the packaging of modules into 1 dir with
the provided instructions and your own additions?

[me sticking my nose in 'your business' ;-)]

Kind regards,

> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: address@hidden 
> [mailto:address@hidden Namens Chris Weiss
> Verzonden: maandag 25 november 2002 18:55
> Aan: address@hidden
> Onderwerp: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] CK-Ledger v.0.3.1 released
> maybe it's just a peeve of mine, but it irks me to no end 
> when i extract a tarball and it creates SOMETHING OTHER than 
> just a single directory preferably named exactly the same as 
> tarball.  So now I have these 10 dirs stuck right in with the 
> rest of my downloads that I gotta move around to keep them seperate.
> And I don't even get a README in the root of the tarball or a 
> docs dir!  GRRRR!!!!
> C K Wu (address@hidden) wrote*:
> >
> >Hello, folks,
> >
> >I have posted a new major release, v.0.3.1, of CK-Ledger, at 
> >SourceForge.Net.
> >
> >New features include a new HR module, multiple ledger within one 
> >database, Trial Balance by attribute, Balance Sheet by attribute, 
> >Ledger Listing by attribute, standard remark, full set of English 
> >lang() files, and new icons.  Other enhancements and bug 
> fixes are also 
> >included.
> >
> >Special thank is due to Marc Lutolf of Switzerland for providing the 
> >initial set of English lang() files.
> >
> >To maintain multiple ledgers within one database, the relevant 
> >attribute's [Keep Value Constant within a single journal] 
> setting must 
> >be set to [yes].  The test data illustrates how the ledgers for 
> >Employee Retirement Fund and Product R&D Fund are embedded in the 
> >overall corporate ledger(database).
> >
> >This version of CK-Ledger had been tested OK against the new 
> >phpGroupWare- release.
> >
> >CK-Ledger (with 12 modules, Ledger Admin, Ledger, Inventory, 
> Service, 
> >AP, AR, PO, SO, Quotation, POS for Cashier, POS for Manager, HR) is 
> >modeled on an Open Source accounting software and runs on top of 
> >phpGroupWare.  Operating platform can either be LAMP or LAPP.  It 
> >provides accounting and back office functionalities to SMEs and 
> >utilizes phpgw to administer accounts/groups.  Installation 
> Manual and 
> >Features List are available at 
> > (Just click on the [Docs] 
> >label at the header menu line above the brief project description).  
> >Please report error and suggestion to the mailing list, 
> >address@hidden  General history and expected 
> >development of CK-Ledger is available at the mailing list's Archive.
> >
> >
> >Cheers,
> >Wu Chiu Kay, aka CK Wu, aka CK (CK is the preferred alias) Hong Kong
> >
> >
> >
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