You can use the SQL shell's conversion function to do this.
Something like this:
bean-query /tmp/example.beancount "select account, convert(sum(position),
'CAD') group by 1 order by 1"
It'll be able to convert as long as you have at least some price directives
in your file to provide the exchange rate (Beancount does not access the
network on purpose - deterministic, repeatable, no unexpected things - so
it won't pull rates form anywhere; you have to have rates inserted in your
On Sat, Aug 5, 2017 at 8:00 AM, <gksrnr0...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi. I'm trying Beancount instead of Ledger.
> Sometimes I use another currency in business trips.
> I want to check my balances in temrs of the our currency.
> Ledger can do this by using -X option.
> How to do this in Beancount?
> Thanks in advance,
> Hankook Lee
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