QHacc 4.2 has just been released. This release fixes a couple bugs that were discovered in the 4.1 and 4.0 releases, plus a couple features that were in the old 3.X versions. Namely, the reconcile window now allows a user to add and edit transactions using the i (insert) and e (edit) buttons.
In case you think QHacc has been totally disowned by the developer team, QHacc 4 is soon to be released! This version is a complete rewrite from QHacc 3.5 to the Qt 4 libraries. There are millions of changes in this codebase, including the build system (switched from autotools to qmake), file formats (it's currently SQLite or nothing), and, well, all the code. Every scrap. Stay tuned...
QHacc v2 was released this afternoon. New features include i18n support, improved stability and transaction handling, and much better support for large transaction sets.
QHacc version 0.8.3 has been released. This release features quite a few bugfixes for opening multiple account sets, as well as several interface bugs.
A new bugfix release for QHacc 0.8 is available. Numerous interface bugs have been fixed, as well as several, much rarer bugs. This release should be stable