Double entry accounting in Django
Double entry bookkeeping in Django.
Django Hordak provides a
simple model layer_ for a double-entry accounting system. The intention is not to provide a full-featured app, but rather to provide a reliable foundation on which to build such apps.
Tested under Python 3.6, 3.7, 3.7. May work on 3.5.
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Documentation can be found at: http://django-hordak.readthedocs.io/
Django Hordak is the core functionality of a double entry accounting system. It provides thoroughly tested core models with relational integrity constrains to ensure consistency.
Interfaces which build on Hordak include:
battlecat_ – General purpose accounting interface (work in progress)
swiftwind_ – Accounting for communal households (work in progress)
django-hordak is packaged using seed_.
.. _seed: https://github.com/adamcharnock/seed/ .. _swiftwind: https://github.com/adamcharnock/swiftwind/ .. _simple model layer: https://github.com/adamcharnock/django-hordak/blob/master/hordak/models/core.py .. _battlecat: https://github.com/adamcharnock/battlecat