~whereswaldon/ledger

ea987c5a925dff7ba6e582efaa69ca4ef1170faa — Chris Howey 1 year, 8 months ago 887faa9
feat: import attempts to match against all accounts

The ability to only train the classifier on accounts based on a filter
is not longer necessary since the matching account cannot be the same
as the csv account.
1 files changed, 1 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

M ledger/cmd/import.go
M ledger/cmd/import.go => ledger/cmd/import.go +1 -5
@@ 15,7 15,6 @@ import (
)

var csvDateFormat string
var destAccSearch string
var negateAmount bool
var allowMatching bool
var fieldDelimiter string


@@ 72,9 71,7 @@ var importCmd = &cobra.Command{
		for _, tran := range generalLedger {
			payeeWords := strings.Fields(tran.Payee)
			for _, accChange := range tran.AccountChanges {
				if strings.Contains(accChange.Name, destAccSearch) {
					classifier.Learn(payeeWords, bayesian.Class(accChange.Name))
				}
				classifier.Learn(payeeWords, bayesian.Class(accChange.Name))
			}
		}



@@ 174,7 171,6 @@ func init() {
	importCmd.Flags().BoolVar(&negateAmount, "neg", false, "Negate amount column value.")
	importCmd.Flags().BoolVar(&allowMatching, "allow-matching", false, "Have output include imported transactions that\nmatch existing ledger transactions.")
	importCmd.Flags().Float64Var(&scaleFactor, "scale", 1.0, "Scale factor to multiply against every imported amount.")
	importCmd.Flags().StringVar(&destAccSearch, "set-search", "Expense", "Search string used to find set of accounts for classification.")
	importCmd.Flags().StringVar(&csvDateFormat, "date-format", "01/02/2006", "Date format.")
	importCmd.Flags().StringVar(&fieldDelimiter, "delimiter", ",", "Field delimiter.")
}