|Package||Programming Language||First public release date||Latest stable release||Stable release date||Development Status||Database||Supported languages|
|Adempiere||J2EE, JBoss||October 12, 2006 23:46||3.6.0LTS||Jun 14, 2010||5 - Production / Stable||Oracle, PostgreSQL||+10: English, Spanish, French, ...|
|Apache OFBiz||Java||?||9.04||April 2009||5 - Production / Stable||any||Multilingual|
|CGram Software||C, Java||1982||5.0.0||August 2009||5 - Production / Stable||PostgreSQL||English|
|Compiere||J2EE, JBoss||June 8, 2001||3.2.0s||October, 2008||5 - Production / Stable||Oracle, Advance Server, MS SQL, PostgreSQL||+10: English, Germany, Spanish, French, Indonesia,...|
|GnuCash||C 80%, Scheme / Lisp 13%, Perl 7%?||Registered: 1999-11-08 23:59||2.4.11||July 14, 2012||5 - Production / Stable||XML (Compressed), SQLite3, MySQL, PostgreSQL||software: 33 languages; website: 8 languages|
|GNU Enterprise||Python 100%||June 28, 2002||1.4||November 19, 2008||5 - Production / Stable||PostgreSQL 8.1+||2: English, German,|
|Grisbi||C||0.6.0||May 19, 2010||5 - Production / Stable||German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Chinese, Hebrew, Bulgarian.|
|HomeBank||C||January 2, 1998||4.0.4||June 10, 2009||5 - Production / Stable||XML file||35: English, Spanish, French, Russian, Greek, Hebrew, ...|
|IntarS||Objective-C||1999||6.1||September 11, 2012||5 - Production / Stable||?||German|
|JFire||J2EE, JBoss, Eclipse RCP, JDO||?||1.0.1||March 20, 2010||?||MS SQL, Derby, ...||English, German, Thai, ...|
|JGnash||Java||2003-01-01||2.8.0||March 10, 2012||5 - Production / Stable||XML, db4o||English|
|KMyMoney||C++||Registered: 2000-04-15 19:16||4.6.2||February 4, 2012||5 - Production / Stable||XML file||19: English, Spanish, German, Catalan, Czech, French, Galician, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, ...|
|NewViews||C++, Tcl/Tk||1985||2.24.1||October 29, 2012||5 - Production / Stable||Proprietary, Object Oriented||English|
|LedgerSMB||Perl||September 6, 2006||1.3.24||Nov 21, 2012||5 - Production / Stable||PostgreSQL 8.3+||+40:English development, Multilingual (.po files Gettext#Translating )|
|Openbravo||J2EE, JBoss||?||2.50||April 2009||5 - Production / Stable||Oracle, PostgreSQL||Multilingual|
|OpenERP||Python, XML||?||6.0.2||April 2, 2011||5 - Production / Stable||PostgreSQL (any through SQLAlchemy in SAServer branch)||+10|
|SQL-Ledger||Perl||?||3.0.2||April 15, 2012||?||PostgreSQL||30: English, ...|
|Tryton||Python||November 17, 2008||2.6||October 22, 2012||5 - Production / Stable||PostgreSQL, SQLite||English, Catalan, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish|
|webERP||PHP||January 2003||3.11.2||January 2010||5 - Production / Stable||mySQL - innodb||Multilingual|
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