Tryton module with currencies
The currency module defines the concepts of currency and rate.
A currency is defined by a name, a symbol, a code, a list of rates, a rounding factor and some formatting properties: the digits to be displayed after the decimal separator, the way the numbers should be grouped, the thousands separator, the decimal separator, the positive and negative signs and their positions, the currency symbol position and if it should be separated from the number by a space.
A rate is defined by a date and a numeric value. The date gives the time from which this rate is correct. All rates are defined implicitly with respect to the same currency (the one whose rate is 1).
There is a scripts:
- trytond_import_currencies to create and update currencies from the ISO database.
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