>>>>> "MM" == Martin Michlmayr <t...@cyrius.com
MM> I can see why an effective date / aux date makes sense on a
MM> posting-level but why a regular date? John, how do you use that? Why
MM> would a primary posting-date (rather than aux date) differ from the
MM> transaction date?
I try not to pre-decide how people will use Ledger's features, under the
philosophy of "I supply the calculator, you supply the meaning".
So, although I don't have an example off the top of my head, that's not enough
reason to discourage its use. You may want to interpret the transaction's date
as the "auxiliary" date (for example, the date of final resolution), with all
the primary dates on the posting being the dates when the actual transactions