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NAME

       bean-bake - bake a static web view of a Beancount ledger

DESCRIPTION

       usage: bean-bake [-h] [--version] [--port PORT] [--debug] [--incognito]

              [--no-source]  [--no-colons]  [--view  VIEW] [--public] [--first-month FIRST_MONTH]
              [-q] [--full-mode] filename output

       Bake a Beancount input file's web files to a directory hierarchy. You provide a  Beancount
       filename,  an  output directory, and this script runs a server and a scraper that puts all
       the files  in  the  directory,  and  if  your  output  name  has  an  archive  suffix,  we
       automatically the fetched directory contents to the archive and delete them.

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       --version, -V
              show program's version number and exit

   Web server arguments:
       filename
              Beancount input filename to serve.

       --port PORT
              Which port to listen on.

       --debug
              Enable debugging features (auto-reloading of css).

       --incognito
              Filter  the output in order to hide all the numbers.  This is great for demos using
              my real file.

       --no-source
              Don't render the source.

       --no-colons
              Don't render colons in filenames (for Windows).

       --view VIEW
              Render only the specified view (identify by URL)

       --public, --inaddr-any
              Bind server to listen to any address, not just localhost.

       --first-month FIRST_MONTH
              The first month of the calendar year.

   Bake process arguments:
       output The output directory or archive name. If you specify a filename with  a  well-known
              extension,we  automatically  archive the fetched directory contents to this archive
              name and delete them.

       -q, --quiet
              Don't even print out web server log

       --full-mode, --full
              Don't ignore some of the more numerious pages, like monthly reports.