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February 24, 2016, 11:55:59 PM
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Why do we need ilbsecp256k1 and what does that have to do with the bootstrap.dat?

Gaaaaaah. I think I misread goatpig's post. Nevermind. Smiley That said, there probably should be a switch at some point. Crypto++ is just outgunned for this kind of work. That and there may be certain features (e.g., Schnorr signatures) coming eventually that Crypto++ doesn't support.

On a different note, the latest build fixed my balance issues. Smiley Am able to send coins too. Coin control doesn't work, though. Here's what I see when i try to choose specific UTXOs.

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Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/droark/Projects/BitcoinArmory/osxbuild/workspace/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/usr/lib/armory/ui/TxFrames.py", line 785, in createTxAndBroadcast
    ustx = self.validateInputsGetUSTX()
  File "/Users/droark/Projects/BitcoinArmory/osxbuild/workspace/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/usr/lib/armory/ui/TxFrames.py", line 602, in validateInputsGetUSTX
    utxoList = self.getUsableTxOutList(totalSend)
  File "/Users/droark/Projects/BitcoinArmory/osxbuild/workspace/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/usr/lib/armory/ui/TxFrames.py", line 863, in getUsableTxOutList
    utxos = cppAddr.getSpendableTxOutList(IGNOREZC)
  File "/Users/droark/Projects/BitcoinArmory/osxbuild/workspace/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/usr/lib/armory/CppBlockUtils.py", line 1969, in getSpendableTxOutList
    def getSpendableTxOutList(self, ignoreZC=True): return _CppBlockUtils.ScrAddrObj_getSpendableTxOutList(self, ignoreZC)
RuntimeError: not implemented
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February 25, 2016, 12:27:18 AM
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ugh ill get on it.

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February 25, 2016, 01:54:41 AM
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Can we add support for compressed keys to the list of things to do?

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February 25, 2016, 02:22:55 AM
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Once I take care of BIP32/44 I'll add that as well

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February 25, 2016, 04:06:56 AM
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Am I OK to update core to 0.12.0 and keep using armory until you release a new version?

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February 25, 2016, 04:17:36 AM
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Am I OK to update core to 0.12.0 and keep using armory until you release a new version?
Yes. 0.93.3 works fine with bitcoin core 0.12

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February 25, 2016, 06:04:38 PM
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Who controls bitcoinarmory.com? It appears that the site is back up and different from the old one. It also has the latest versions posted.

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February 25, 2016, 06:25:13 PM
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Echo controls bitcoinarmory.com? It appears that the site is back up and different from the old one. It also has the latest versions posted.

No idea who's doing what on that front.

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February 25, 2016, 11:26:06 PM
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Echo controls bitcoinarmory.com? It appears that the site is back up and different from the old one. It also has the latest versions posted.

No idea who's doing what on that front.

Alan can't be behind it, or at least I would assume he would let you know about it. It seems conciliatory on the surface, but it's best to be cautious nonetheless. This could be the pre-amble to ATI's own fork (riding on your work initially, it seems).

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February 26, 2016, 02:06:45 PM
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Just to be clear, Armory will be SegWit compatible assuming Core isn't jerking us around and actually soft forks in April?

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February 26, 2016, 05:20:52 PM
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Just to be clear, Armory will be SegWit compatible assuming Core isn't jerking us around and actually soft forks in April?

I will support SW, no ETA yet though.

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February 26, 2016, 10:30:04 PM
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Who controls bitcoinarmory.com? It appears that the site is back up and different from the old one. It also has the latest versions posted.

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Domain seems to be still controlled by etotheipi... I wouldn't trust it though.


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February 28, 2016, 12:54:09 AM
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Who controls bitcoinarmory.com? It appears that the site is back up and different from the old one. It also has the latest versions posted.

Edit: typos

Domain seems to be still controlled by etotheipi... I wouldn't trust it though.

Does anyone have the sig hashes from the latest version? We can compare them with the ones on the website in order to be sure.

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February 28, 2016, 01:52:23 AM
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Who controls bitcoinarmory.com? It appears that the site is back up and different from the old one. It also has the latest versions posted.

Edit: typos

Domain seems to be still controlled by etotheipi... I wouldn't trust it though.

Does anyone have the sig hashes from the latest version? We can compare them with the ones on the website in order to be sure.
They're on https://github.com/goatpig/BitcoinArmory/releases/tag/v0.93.3

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February 29, 2016, 10:22:15 PM
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So a few weeks ago I emailed the people at the Free Software Foundation seeking some help about the licensing issue here, and they finally responded.

This is what I was told:
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AGPL is a non-revocable license which allows anybody to keep using the code and build on it as long as they comply with the license requirements. ... If the code was published under the (non-revocable) AGPL, then it can continue to be used. ... Assuming the code was published under the AGPL, developers can continue to use it as long as they comply with the AGPL.
This means that any of the code published under AGPLv3 can be used regardless of whether the original developers pulled the original repository. Anyone who has access to that code is allowed to use it so long as they comply with the terms of the license.

To comply with the terms of the license though, any binaries that are published MUST be published under AGPLv3 since it is using the original AGPLv3 code base. Also, the entire project must be licensed under AGPLv3 because it is using AGPLv3 licensed code.

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March 01, 2016, 06:50:53 PM
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Who controls bitcoinarmory.com? It appears that the site is back up and different from the old one. It also has the latest versions posted.

Edit: typos

It's probably Trace.
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March 03, 2016, 02:33:06 PM
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I just quickly want to chime in and also thank all the people that have worked on Armory so far and will do so in the future. I is my favorite wallet and I will follow this new branch closely. What is the best channel to follow about major new features and releases? Is there a donation address for this new OS Armory branch?
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I just quickly want to chime in and also thank all the people that have worked on Armory so far and will do so in the future. I is my favorite wallet and I will follow this new branch closely. What is the best channel to follow about major new features and releases? Is there a donation address for this new OS Armory branch?

The best channel to know more about new releases is here, especially this thread, for now. As said before, no donations accepted by goatpig, at least for now.


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March 06, 2016, 11:55:45 AM
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So a few weeks ago I emailed the people at the Free Software Foundation seeking some help about the licensing issue here, and they finally responded.

This is what I was told:
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AGPL is a non-revocable license which allows anybody to keep using the code and build on it as long as they comply with the license requirements. ... If the code was published under the (non-revocable) AGPL, then it can continue to be used. ... Assuming the code was published under the AGPL, developers can continue to use it as long as they comply with the AGPL.
This means that any of the code published under AGPLv3 can be used regardless of whether the original developers pulled the original repository. Anyone who has access to that code is allowed to use it so long as they comply with the terms of the license.

To comply with the terms of the license though, any binaries that are published MUST be published under AGPLv3 since it is using the original AGPLv3 code base. Also, the entire project must be licensed under AGPLv3 because it is using AGPLv3 licensed code.

Thanks for asking the pros! :-)
I was confused, as to why the removed 0.94 code would be off limits to us. 0.93 and 0.94 were both published under AGPL, the only difference is how long they have been online on a particulary website, github. Which carries no weight here.
Of course we can't force ATI to publish the code again, they can do with their github account as they please.
But if only one copy was saved by anyone out there, he may redistribute and republish under the AGPL again.

It's up to Goatpig to decide if this is a smart move, as ATI might not like that move for whatever reason. But they can't do anything against it except ask us friendly to delete the code.

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So a few weeks ago I emailed the people at the Free Software Foundation seeking some help about the licensing issue here, and they finally responded.

This is what I was told:
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AGPL is a non-revocable license which allows anybody to keep using the code and build on it as long as they comply with the license requirements. ... If the code was published under the (non-revocable) AGPL, then it can continue to be used. ... Assuming the code was published under the AGPL, developers can continue to use it as long as they comply with the AGPL.
This means that any of the code published under AGPLv3 can be used regardless of whether the original developers pulled the original repository. Anyone who has access to that code is allowed to use it so long as they comply with the terms of the license.

To comply with the terms of the license though, any binaries that are published MUST be published under AGPLv3 since it is using the original AGPLv3 code base. Also, the entire project must be licensed under AGPLv3 because it is using AGPLv3 licensed code.

Thanks for asking the pros! :-)
I was confused, as to why the removed 0.94 code would be off limits to us. 0.93 and 0.94 were both published under AGPL, the only difference is how long they have been online on a particulary website, github. Which carries no weight here.
Of course we can't force ATI to publish the code again, they can do with their github account as they please.
But if only one copy was saved by anyone out there, he may redistribute and republish under the AGPL again.

It's up to Goatpig to decide if this is a smart move, as ATI might not like that move for whatever reason. But they can't do anything against it except ask us friendly to delete the code.

Ente

I've said it before but I'd love to see goatpig allow the inclusion of a few PRs under Alan's repo. They would've gotten the ball rolling on deterministic builds and some other neat stuff. I'd like to think usage of the code is in the clear legally. But, it's not my project. All I can do is ask politely. Smiley
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