Is there a standalone spreadsheet program available for Freebsd?
bob at immure.com
Sun Apr 19 13:08:48 UTC 2020
I now recall using sc many years ago and I believe that it, or its spin-off,
sc-im, is exactly what I'm looking for.
On Sat, Apr 18, 2020 at 08:00:23PM -0400, William Dudley wrote:
> pkg search sc | grep spreadsheet:
> sc-7.16_3 Curses-based spreadsheet program
> Which doesn't use X. If you're comfortable with vi,
> you'll like sc.
> I used to use this as part of a larger program.
> Bill Dudley
> On Fri, Apr 17, 2020 at 3:06 PM Bob Proulx <bob at proulx.com> wrote:
> > Bob Willcox wrote:
> > > What I would like would be something simple w/o lots of features as my intended
> > > use is simple. I just want to be able to list expense items and their cost and
> > > have them added up as a monthly expense budget. That's all.
> > For such things I have been using 'ledger'. It's in the package
> > database. (Although I personally use 'hledger', a friendly fork, more.)
> > $ pkg search ledger
> > ledger-3.1.1_18 John Wiegley's command line accounting program
> > You can learn more about such tools here.
> > https://plaintextaccounting.org/
> > Something like ledger (or hledger) might be exactly what you want.
> > Bob
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