Port Request - FrontAccounting

Janketh Jay jankyj at unfs.us
Sun Aug 19 02:46:35 UTC 2012

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Extract to ${PORTSDIR}/www and let me know if anything needs to be
changed and/or adjusted....

On 08/18/2012 08:42 PM, Janketh Jay wrote:
> Hi,
> On 08/18/2012 11:53 AM, Paul Pathiakis wrote:
>> Hi,
>> This is probably the best competitor to QuickBooks out there. 
>> People can rave about the benefits of GnuCash and Kmymoney.
>> I've used both and they both lack.  This doesn't.  I've also got
>> a pretty good bit of Accounting in my background.  This should 
>> definitely be a port.
>> No, I don't have time.  I'm busy trying to build Atlantis
>> Services and putting FreeBSD and PCBSD into the mainstream.  This
>> is one of those things that will be necessary.
>> Paul Pathiakis
> I've attached a port (in tar.gz form) which is the FrontAccounting 
> port for FreeBSD. I've tested it a few times and it seems to work 
> perfectly fine. If someone wants to test this before I submit,
> that would be great. Otherwise, I'll submit some time tomorrow.
> Regards, Janky Jay, III
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