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Anybody want to test-drive a Moneydance extension?

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Jul. 25th, 2008 | 12:00 am
mood: generous

I closed the last post by predicting that my software page was going to grow.  Well, technically, it hasn't; it's gotten smaller.  But that's because its previous content (a general description of my recent software projects) has been moved to a new location: http://www.well.com/user/edelsont/software/as-developer.html.

The new content at the old location is more of an index to my software-related pages: three of them, so far.

Which brings me to my main point: the newest of these pages describes a Moneydance extension I've written.  Yes, after talking a lot about extensions I planned to write, I've finally got one working.  It's called "Security Price Entry", and its purpose is to make it easier to record the prices of your stocks, bonds, and/or mutual funds from your broker's monthly statements.

The description of it can be found here: http://www.well.com/user/edelsont/software/moneydance/my-extensions/security-price-entry.html.

Now the bad news: it isn't ready for general distribution yet.  Actually, I'm hoping to find a beta tester or two.

The ideal beta tester would be another developer of Moneydance extensions.  But any Moneydance user who's interested in such a capability should be able to take it for a spin, if I send it to you in pre-built form.

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