Projects / BANAL


BANAL is a bookkeeping system that allows you to create and track invoices, clients, projects, timesheets, expenses, suppliers, etc. BANAL is also a client/server application so you can keep one set of books on your system while allowing everyone access.


Recent releases

  •  11 Aug 2000 16:09

    Release Notes: New additions include RedHat-centric RPMs, a quickstart guide available in either text or HTML, a work summary report, some useful sample scripts, and some minor bug fixes.

    •  28 Apr 1999 18:46

      Release Notes: Slightly more usable cgi scripts as well as some small changes and bug fixes.

      •  23 Mar 1999 17:36

        Release Notes: The main features added to this update are new tables, the ability to print expense cheques, extra chances to fix entry data when doing it manually and the ability for the CGI scripts to change forms and remember previous information as you enter it (requires PHP3).

        •  20 Jan 1999 09:45

          Release Notes: This release marks a severe change in direction for future development. I've started adding "practice management" features to allow tracking of how profitable, well run and timely projects are performed.

          •  02 Jul 1998 22:01

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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