Latest stable production release is SQL-Ledger 2.4.1 (Aug 2, 2020)
Installation instruction are in the README file.
MD5 (sql-ledger-2.4.1.tar.gz) = e86365d958811042fbb5c99dc01ff02d
setup and download script for SQL-Ledger.
Save setup.txt as setup.pl in a directory where you want to install SQL-Ledger (i.e. /usr/local/sql-ledger, /opt/sql-ledger) and run from the command (perl setup.pl) line as root or as ordinary user who belongs to the same group as your web server. This utility will download the latest code, check your system, set the proper permissions, create configuration files and reload your webserver.
DO NOT download the tarball and then run setup.pl. The installation script determines a pre-existing installation by looking at what is installed already.
|Other platform specific files|
MAC OS X:
precompiled BDI and DBD-Pg (perl 5.6)
unpack the files in the home directory and copy what you need to the right path, which for the DBD component is /Library and /usr
For installation instructions please see the FAQ.
DBD-Pg.zip pre-compiled V 0.95
The driver installs only for perl v5.6 If you have 5.8 remove it, install 5.6, install the driver and install 5.8
sql-ledger-2.4.1.tar.gz dereferenced archive.
shebang. script to change the first line of the perl scripts. Right click or hold Shift key to download. Save the script in the sql-ledger root directory and run from the command line (perl shebang). If perl is not in 'c:\perl\bin' change the path in the script!
Please see the FAQ for more installation instructions!
|Packaging information to build a package for various platforms.|
The following languages are supported.
User contributed foreign language templates are part of the distribution.
The list below shows what is included.
The templates were provided by users and may not contain
all the variables. Use the English version to compare and edit to suit
to your needs.
|Chart of Accounts|
The Default Chart of Accounts are samples only!
You can modify and add your own chart of accounts. Just copy one
of the .sql files in the sql directory. Nameing convention is
Description-chart.sql (-chart.sql must be part of the filename)
GIFI (if it exists) is named Description-gifi.sql It provides a linking mechanism to an official chart of accounts issued by your Government to generate financial reports.
|Adding a new language|
If you would like to make changes to the translations, or submit new templates or chart of accounts contact us.