Sphinx: making simple things simple

My last two blog posts have generated a lot of interest and discussion on the xbrl-dev mailing list. I thought it might be interesting to go back to the article that triggered the discussion of rules languages in the first place. Charlie Hoffman posted some...

Sphinx: some interesting examples

In response to my previous post, Maciej Pichocki from the IFRS Foundation posted a question: I would be really curious to see “trivial” EPS check in Sphinx syntax (just to get started with more realistic examples of business rules application)....

Sphinx: An XBRL Expression Language

XBRL provides a very effective way of capturing certain types of data. XBRL’s built-in dimensions, such as period and units, augmented by taxonomy-defined XBRL Dimensions (XDT), provide structured data that is ripe for automated processing and analysis. The...