Personal finances for Python

FINIC: Personal finances.
(local version)
Software can cipher information,
allow working different users,
with different rights access.

Can you provide a link to

Can you provide a link to the website?

I'm confused. I know it's a

I'm confused. I know it's a Python program, but I don't see anything that specifically mentions Linux and it comes with .exe files. Does FINIC run under Linux? Are you wanting it to be added to the application database or did you have another reason for your post?

If you have them, I'd also be interested to see any screenshots to get a better sense of the program.

it is true

it is true: exe for win32, but
a site has other version software
pyo files - multi platform (linux, mac, win32 and etc.)

I'll add it to my to do list

I'll add it to my to do list and include it in the database before long, assuming I get it to install and run fine. I'll let you know if I have any issues.

I downloaded the PYO only

I downloaded the PYO only version and tried to run it by using the following command.

python finic.pyo

That resulted in the following error.

RuntimeError: Bad magic number in .pyc file

Can you post some instructions for running it under Linux. Having a README file included with the software that gives some basic instructions would also be a good idea.

Such error talks that it is

Such error talks that it is better to do binary version for linux (also as exe for win32). Every version of Python (2.3, 2.4, 2.5) writes down the number in a pyo file. README will not help here. On a site after reference it is also indicated what additional packages a pyo version will work with. But the idea of README is indeed excellent and in a next version necessarily will be realized.

new version

FINIC: Personal finances 0.3
local and network
download links:
for Python 2.4
for Python 2.5

open source version 0.6