Skip to content
Permalink
Browse files

;doc: changelogs

[ci skip]
  • Loading branch information...
simonmichael committed Dec 1, 2019
1 parent 4b66bc2 commit c90c0867c4a2d58775197984b863d7628bb38d62
Showing with 100 additions and 171 deletions.
  1. +5 −11 CHANGES.md
  2. +13 −37 hledger-lib/CHANGES.md
  3. +5 −10 hledger-ui/CHANGES.md
  4. +9 −17 hledger-web/CHANGES.md
  5. +68 −96 hledger/CHANGES.md
@@ -1,22 +1,16 @@
General/project-related changes in the hledger project.
For package-specific changes, see the package changelogs.

- site: matrix.hledger.org now redirects to a more readable/useful url
# 1.16 2019-12-01

# 3c226f86

- Fix internal Markdown links (Brian Wignall)

- Make resolver in hledger-install.sh consistent with that in stack.yaml (Brian Wignall)

- drop GHC 7.10/base 4.8 support, finally, due to MonadFail hassles
in JournalReader.hs. If you still need this, feel free to work on
those errors. But hopefully not, because dropping base 4.8 should
permit some code cleanups.
- add support for GHC 8.8, base-compat 0.11 (#1090)

- drop support for GHC 7.10

- add descriptions to most issue tracker labels

- matrix.hledger.org now redirects to a more readable/useful url

# 1.15 2019-09-01

- install: bump to lts-14.4, hledger 1.15, drop hledger-api
@@ -1,53 +1,29 @@
Internal/api/developer-ish changes in the hledger-lib (and hledger) packages.
For user-visible changes, see the hledger package changelog.

# caf8cdf0
# 1.16 2019-12-01

- lib: refactor, prepare to drop showTransactionUnelided functionality
It seems we don't use it at all, and ony says it's not robust with
prices either.
- drop support for GHC 7.10, due to MonadFail hassles in JournalReader.hs

- drop GHC 7.10/base 4.8 support, finally, due to MonadFail hassles
in JournalReader.hs. If you still need this, feel free to work on
those errors. But hopefully not, because dropping base 4.8 should
permit some code cleanups.
- add support for GHC 8.8, base-compat 0.11 (#1090)

- disable hledger benchmark suite, hledger-web tests (?) by default.

- lib: more runPeriodicTransaction tests (lifted from #1085 and spanIntervalIntersect) (Dmitry Astapov)

- lib, cli, ui: start using Control.Monad.Fail, allow base-compat 0.11
fail is moving out of Monad and into it's own MonadFail class.
This will be enforced in GHC 8.8 (I think).

base-compat/base-compat-batteries 0.11.0 have adapted to this,
and are approaching stackage nightly
(https://github.com/commercialhaskell/stackage/issues/4802).

hledger is now ready to build with base-compat-batteries 0.11.0, once
all of our deps do (eg aeson). We are still compatible with the older
0.10.x and GHC 7.10.3 as well.

For now we are using both fails:

- new fail (from Control.Monad.Fail), used in our parsers, imported
via base-compat-batteries Control.Monad.Fail.Compat to work with
older GHC versions.

- old fail (from GHC.Base, exported by Prelude, Control.Monad,
Control.Monad.State.Strict, Prelude.Compat, ...), used in easytest's
Test, since I couldn't find their existing fail implementation to update.

To reduce (my) confusion, these are imported carefully, consistently,
and qualified everywhere as Fail.fail and Prelude.fail, with clashing
re-exports suppressed, like so:
We are now using the new fail from the MonadFail class, which we
always import qualified as Fail.fail, from base-compat-batteries
Control.Monad.Fail.Compat to work with old GHC versions. If old fail
is needed (shouldn't be) it should be imported qualified as
Prelude.Fail, using imports such as:

import Prelude hiding (fail)
import qualified Prelude (fail)
import Control.Monad.State.Strict hiding (fail)
import "base-compat-batteries" Prelude.Compat hiding (fail)
import qualified "base-compat-batteries" Control.Monad.Fail.Compat as Fail

- hledger and hledger-lib unit tests have been ported to tasty.

- The doctest suite has been disabled for now since it doesn't run
well with cabal (#1139)

# 1.15.2 2019-09-05

Changes:
@@ -1,19 +1,14 @@
User-visible changes in hledger-ui.
See also the hledger changelog.

# ebedae01
# 1.16 2019-12-01

- support GHC 8.8, add stack-ghc8.8.yaml (#1090)
- add support for GHC 8.8, base-compat 0.11 (#1090)

- ui: B and V keys toggle display of cost, value
- drop support for GHC 7.10

- drop GHC 7.10/base 4.8 support, finally, due to MonadFail hassles
in JournalReader.hs. If you still need this, feel free to work on
those errors. But hopefully not, because dropping base 4.8 should
permit some code cleanups.


- lib, cli, ui: start using Control.Monad.Fail, allow base-compat 0.11
- the B and V keys toggle cost or value display (like the -B and -V
command line flags)

# 1.15 2019-09-01

@@ -1,28 +1,20 @@
User-visible changes in hledger-web.
See also the hledger changelog.

# ac5652b7
# 1.16 2019-12-01

- support GHC 8.8, add stack-ghc8.8.yaml (#1090)
hledger-web needs an unreleased version of json.
- add support for GHC 8.8, base-compat 0.11 (#1090).
For now, hledger-web needs an unreleased version of json.

- Weeks in date picker start from Mondays (fix for #1109) (Timofey ZAKREVSKIY)
- drop support for GHC 7.10

- web: Modify the --cors option to require a specific origin (Alejandro García Montoro)
- Modified the cors option to require a String
- Moved the logic to build the cors policy to WebOptions.hs
- Specify the --cors "*" example in the cors option help
- Added utf8-string dependency to convert a String into a ByteString
- web: Allow CORS to be enabled in hledger-web (Alejandro García Montoro)
Add a --cors option to the CLI to enable simple cross-origin requests
- drop GHC 7.10/base 4.8 support, finally, due to MonadFail hassles
in JournalReader.hs. If you still need this, feel free to work on
those errors. But hopefully not, because dropping base 4.8 should
permit some code cleanups.
- Weeks in the add form's date picker now start on Mondays (#1109)
(Timofey Zakrevskiy)

- The --cors option allows simple cross-origin requests to hledger-web
(Alejandro García Montoro)

- The test suite has been disabled for now.

# 1.15 2019-09-01

@@ -1,9 +1,75 @@
User-visible changes in the hledger command line tool and library.


# caf8cdf0
# 1.16 2019-12-01

- prices: style price amounts; always show full precision
## General

- add support for GHC 8.8, base-compat 0.11 (#1090)

- drop support for GHC 7.10

- The benchmark suite has been disabled.

- The --anon flag now also anonymises transaction codes and account
names declared with account directives. (Mykola Orliuk) (#901)

## commands

- balance/bs/cf/is: balance commands now support the -%/--percent flag
to show amounts as percentages of the column's total. (Michael Kainer)

If there are multiple commodities involved in a report hledger bails
with an error message. This can be avoided by using -B/--cost. Also note
that if one uses -% with the balance command the chances are high that
all numbers are 0. This is due to the fact that by default balance sums
up to zero. If one wants to use -% in a meaningful way with balance one
has to add a query.

In order to keep the implementation as simple as possible --tree has no
influence over how the percentages are calculated, i.e., the percentages
always represent the fraction of the columns total. If one wants to know
the percentages relative to a parent account, one has to use a query to
narrow down the accounts.

- balance: --budget no longer errors when there is neither budget nor
transactions in the report period (Dmitry Astapov)

- balance: --budget has improved debug output (shows budget txns)
(Dmitry Astapov)

- check-dates: now sets the exit status code (Amitai Burstein)

- close: no longer strips zeroes after the decimal mark, and preserves
parseable output (#1137)

- close: the --close-to, --open-from options allow closing/opening
account names to be chosen

- import: create the journal if missing, like the add command
Streamlines import/migration instructions.

- import: --catchup marks all transactions imported, without importing

- import: more informative output: mention the input files, also show
a message when nothing was imported

- prices: show price amounts with proper display style; always show
full precision

- roi: don't give an error with empty input data (Dmitry Astapov)

- tests: unit tests are now run by tasty (#1090).
Test running options have changed, see the command help.
Some unit tests have been collapsed, so the reported test count has
dropped a little.

## journal format

- journal: fix generation of periodic transactions with
days/months/... repeat (Dmitry Astapov)

## csv format

- CSV reading improvements (#1095)

@@ -56,100 +122,6 @@ User-visible changes in the hledger command line tool and library.

- csv: support generation of (un)balanced virtual postings in csv reader (Dmitry Astapov)

- support GHC 8.8, add stack-ghc8.8.yaml (#1090)

- close: add --close-to, --open-from to choose account names

- tests: port all unit tests to tasty, second pass (#1090)
easytest is not actively maintained and requires an old version of
hedgehog which does not support base-compat 0.11 & ghc 8.8.
Hledger.Util.Tests helpers have been cleaned up.
Some groups of unnamed tests have
been collapsed into a single named test containing a sequence of
assertions. The test command counts named tests, not assertions, so
the reported unit test count has dropped from 199 to 188.

- Add exit status code to check-dates (Amitai Burstein)

- budget: bal --budget no longer errors when there is neither budget nor
transactions in the report period (Dmitry Astapov)

- budget: improved debug output for budget report (show budget txns) (Dmitry Astapov)

- lib: fix generation of periodic transactions with days/months/... repeat (Dmitry Astapov)

- cli: anonymize transaction code also (Mykola Orliuk)

- cli: anonymize declared accounts also (Mykola Orliuk)
Fixes simonmichael/hledger#901

- cli: Add -% to compound balance commands (Michael Kainer)
This commit introduces the commandline argument -%/--percent to show
percentages of the column's total instead of the absolute amounts for
each account in reports. The signs of the values are preserved.

This option is especially useful for the balance and incomestatement
commands.

If there are multiple commodities involved in a report hledger bails
with an error message. This can be avoided by using --cost. Also note
that if one uses -% with the balance command the chances are high that
all numbers are 0. This is due to the fact that by default balance sums
up to zero. If one wants to use -% in a meaningful way with balance one
has to add a query.

In order to keep the implementation as simple as possible --tree has no
influence over how the percentages are calculated, i.e., the percentages
always represent the fraction of the columns total. If one wants to know
the percentages relative to a parent account, one has to use a query to
narrow down the accounts.

- lib: roi does not fail on empty input data (+test) (Dmitry Astapov)


- prices: style price amounts; always show full precision

- drop GHC 7.10/base 4.8 support, finally, due to MonadFail hassles
in JournalReader.hs. If you still need this, feel free to work on
those errors. But hopefully not, because dropping base 4.8 should
permit some code cleanups.

- lib, cli: disable hledger-lib test suites, hledger benchmark suite
by default. hledger-lib's doctests and easytests test suites (each ?)
require an additional slow rebuild of hledger-lib and are not worth
the time, energy and carbon. hledger's test suite runs those same
easytest tests (but not the doctests).

- import: message cleanups, mention input files
Only the --dry-run message needs the semicolon, so dry run output can
be piped into hledger.

- import: --catchup marks all transactions imported, without importing

- import: also show a message when nothing was imported

- import: create the journal if missing, like the add command
Streamlines import/migration instructions.


- import: message cleanups, mention input files
Only the --dry-run message needs the semicolon, so dry run output can
be piped into hledger.

- import: --catchup marks all transactions imported, without importing

- import: also show a message when nothing was imported

- import: create the journal if missing, like the add command
Streamlines import/migration instructions.

- bal: don't raise an error (maximum) when there is neither budget nor transactions in the report period (Dmitry Astapov)

- bal: improve debug output for budget report (show budget txns) (Dmitry Astapov)

- fix generation of periodic transactions with days/months/... repeat (Dmitry Astapov)

- lib, cli, ui: start using Control.Monad.Fail, allow base-compat 0.11

# 1.15.2 2019-09-05

0 comments on commit c90c086

Please sign in to comment.
You can’t perform that action at this time.