There's nothing like that in the Beancount codebase. I've thought about
building something to automatically insert imported transactions in the
right "section" (I personally use org-mode, where each section corresponds
to an institution and its related group of accounts) but it's unclear
whether that would generalize.
I think you could turn this into a simple classification problem. Given
some syntax for splitting up an input file into sections (e.g., some
regular expression matching on a title or separator), you now have groups
of transactions and inputs. Somehow reduce this to a simple model for
classifying which section an incoming transaction matches with highest
probability and insert it there. Or more appropriately - since transactions
are imported in groups - find the section that best matches all the
transactions in the imported files and insert at the end there.
On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 12:28 PM, Michael Droogleever <droog...@gmail.com>
> I believe it is against the design of beancount, but is there any existing
> code which attempts to add transactions to an existing beancount file.
> Assuming the entries in the file are grouped by asset account, it would
> need to append the entry to the subsection of entries all from the same
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