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non port: finance/mybudget/pkg-plist
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Mon, 27 Oct 2014
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- Stage support
- Add LICENSE

PR:		192792
Submitted by:	tkato432@yahoo.com
Mon, 5 Jul 2004
[ 04:26 adamw ] Original commit 
1.24 finance/Makefile
1.1 finance/mybudget/Makefile
1.1 finance/mybudget/distinfo
1.1 finance/mybudget/pkg-descr
1.1 finance/mybudget/pkg-plist
Add myBudget, a nifty Gtk+-2 personal finance thinger.

The aim of the program is to make it as easy as possible for people to
do their own personal budgets and keep track of their finances. Using
this program you can:

        * Create a budget and organize budget items into categories.
        * Nominate budget items to be paid from either a cash account or
          via a "Direct Debit" account which allows you to save for big
          ticket items and ensure timely payment of scheduled bills.
        * Automatically calculates how much money you must put aside
          each fortnight to meet all your "Direct Debit" obligations.
        * Automatically tells you how much money you must have in Direct
          Debit account to meet your obligatory payments on any
          particular date.
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