GNU Pem GNU Pem is a handy tool to help you keep track of your personal income and expenses. On GNU/Linux and other Unix like systems, Pem works by storing the details in a CSV file placed in the ~/.pem directory under your $HOME directory. On Windows, the same file is placed in pem directory, under the %USERPROFILE% directory. Each such file is named after the current month, and is automatically created by Pem when you enter the first record for a month. It is not advisable to edit these files by hand. Screen shots: one two three Latest release: pem-0.7.9.tar.gz User guide: Getting started with GNU Pem Installation: ============= On GNU/Linux and other Unix like systems: just say $ ./configure [--prefix=/install/directory] $ make # make install By default, this should install Pem under /usr/local/bin directory, assuming you have the right privileges to do that. You may also consider changing the prefix using the --prefix option, in case you don′t have the necessary permissions. For more information please see: $ ./configure --help. On Windows: ----------- Copy and paste the pem.pl file to the directory where you keep your other executable files, and make sure, this directory is included in your %PATH% variable. That′s all, GNU Pem is ready to serve you. :) For usage information about pem, on GNU/Linux et al., try $ pem --help $ man pem $ info pem On Windows try C:\> pem.pl --help Also, use the pem.txt file to explore what Pem can do, and how it does that. Bugs/Comments: ============== Please send any suggestions/comments or bug reports you may have, to the pem mailing list. They are most welcome and appreciated. Thank you!