On Mon, Mar 13, 2023 at 08:35:54AM +0900, Tobias Pfeiffer wrote:
> Am Sonntag, den 12.03.2023, 17:28 -0400 schrieb Rob Pyott:
> > Hello, what would be the command to get the net "bal" output over a
> > certain period? (Right now I use the bal "assets" "liabilities"
> > command, which gives the net balance. I would like to have that net
> > figure over a period of months.) Thank you!
> *Maybe* you could achieve what you want using `reg --monthly`?
This worked pretty well for me, thank you! (I will aim to tweak a bit...)
> In my case, this didn't work well because I want to have the commodity
> prices that change over time reflected in the report as well. At the
> moment I am running
> $ ledger bal -X <curr> -p "until 2022-10" --now 2022-10-31
> $ ledger bal -X <curr> -p "until 2022-11" --now 2022-11-30 $ ledger bal -X <curr> -p "until 2022-12" --now 2022-12-31
> $ ledger bal -X <curr> -p "until 2023-01" --now 2023-01-31
> to get balance changes over time. There is a parameter called
> --historical but I found that for me the combination of --historical
> and --monthly doesn't work well:
> Kind regards
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