On 19.02.18,06:47, Scott Carpenter wrote:
> Thank you, Jostein. I don't  have a ~/.ledgerrc file but created an empty 
> one. Any suggested settings?
> 

Here is my ledgerrc settings:

--file ~/ledger/jbfinans-2018.dat
--pager more
--no-color
--empty
--wide
--date-format=%Y-%m-%d
LEDGER_BASE_CURRENCY: NOK
LEDGER_PRICE_DATE_FORMAT: %Y-%m-%d


Jostein


> Experimenting a bit more, if I add other other commodities, e.g. this entry:
> 
> 2017/11/15 zombie investments
>     a: 401k: big co 500 idx                             1.745 abcdx @  
>  $81.23
>     a: 401k: bonds idx                                  2.357 lmnop @  
>  $20.05
>     a: 401k: cash                           $-189
> 
> Then I get output for --collapse, but only for that entry.
> 
> 17-Nov-15 zombie investments    <Total>                    $-189.00
>                                                         1.745 abcdx
>                                                         2.357 lmnop    
>  $-189.00
>                                                                      1.745 
> abcdx
>                                                                      2.357 
> lmnop
> 
> I get other stuff if specifying `reg '^e'`:
> 
> 17-Nov-01 food and stuff        <Total>                      $32.87      
>  $32.87
> 17-Dec-05 food and stuff        e: food: groceries           $11.76      
>  $44.63
> 18-Jan-03 gas n go              <Total>                      $23.87      
>  $68.50
> 18-Jan-05 food and stuff        e: food: groceries           $57.40      
> $125.90
> 
> Thanks again. For my purposes this isn't really getting in the way but 
> would be good to understand why this happens. (Especially if ledger is 
> reporting incorrectly.)
> 
> 
> 
> On Monday, February 19, 2018 at 8:01:09 AM UTC-6, Jostein Berntsen wrote:
> >
> > On 18.02.18,10:26, Scott Carpenter wrote: 
> > > Trying to use --collapse and it comes up empty on this data set: 
> > > 
> > > 2017/11/01 food and stuff 
> > >     e: food: groceries 
> > >     e: home: stuff: in                      $10 
> > >     l: credit card: mega                    $-32.87 
> > > 
> > > 2017/12/05 food and stuff 
> > >     e: food: groceries 
> > >     a: checking out                         $-11.76 
> > > 
> > > 2018/01/03 gas n go 
> > >     e: car: gas 
> > >     e: car: maintenance                     $6.5 
> > >     l: credit card: mega                    $-23.87 
> > > 
> > > 2018/01/05 food and stuff 
> > >     e: food: groceries 
> > >     l: credit card: mega                    $-57.4 
> > > 
> > > 
> > > Running: ledger -f <file> reg --collapse 
> > > 
> > > (Wanting to run it with --yearly, but empty either way when --collapse 
> > is 
> > > added.) 
> > > 
> > > Works as expected with a larger "real" dataset. 
> > > 
> > > Any ideas or wisdom? Thank you! 
> > > 
> >
> > It seems to work correctly with the bal and --collapse command, but not 
> > with reg and --collapse. 
> >
> > Another similar thread from previously: 
> >
> > https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/ledger-cli/zwGRSJO376s/XpBUQbbmBAAJ 
> >
> > Can you check your ledgerrc settings, or copy one to ~ if you have no rc 
> > file? 
> >
> >
> >
> > Jostein 
> >
> >
> 
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