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September 13, 2016, 09:05:49 PM
Last edit: September 13, 2016, 09:16:15 PM by unvoid
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Note, in the new version there will be no more "Work Cancellation" or "Bounty Payout TX" transactions. Those will be only ledger events triggered by an internal blockchain listener. The only transaction that will still be represented by actual transactions on the blockchain are "Work Creation", "POW", "Bounty", "Bounty Payout", "Work Cancellation Request".

Regardind your Bitmessage problem ... I sometimes have the same issues that you have. I think most of the time its a screwed clock or something, so that I get blacklisted by other BM peers before I can sync properly. Is your timezone set correct? Is the time correct for that timezone?

I'll start working on PoW (regarding explorer) when you'll have working client. Don't rush! Take your time to get it right!

I sent you message dedicated to @Lannister here on BCT in PM. Hope you will pass it to @Lannister.

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Hi, If anyone speaks to Lannister, please let him know that I sent him a message through bitmsg.me about a week ago. Thanks.  Grin



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September 13, 2016, 09:35:53 PM
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yes, i have to wait Sad

I'll come up with something for you shortly.
hi @EK,  i was looking at latest build and i am getting bunch of errors when compiling, if you can link me to missing deps i can make autoinstall script.. for lazy ppl like me Tongue
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Last edit: September 13, 2016, 10:53:08 PM by Evil-Knievel
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yes, i have to wait Sad

I'll come up with something for you shortly.
hi @EK,  i was looking at latest build and i am getting bunch of errors when compiling, if you can link me to missing deps i can make autoinstall script.. for lazy ppl like me Tongue
https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-new-port

Yeah, the latest build (new port repository) will not work properly right now ... its work in progress and will likely be finished not before tomorrow evening or the day after. But you can scroll through the code, to see how work is managed differently (chain fork proof  Wink).

I have tried adding two batch scripts for windows in the old repository.
They successfully detect the java JRE and JDK, but while the run.bat works fine, the compile.bat is still struggling to work. I am not a windows user, so this is sort of a trial and error ... I'll try again soon! But if you see whats wrong, feel free to correct me.


Edit: Windows scripts (in old repo) work now!
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yes, i have to wait Sad

I'll come up with something for you shortly.
hi @EK,  i was looking at latest build and i am getting bunch of errors when compiling, if you can link me to missing deps i can make autoinstall script.. for lazy ppl like me Tongue
https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-new-port

Yeah, the latest build (new port repository) will not work properly right now ... its work in progress and will likely be finished not before tomorrow evening or the day after. But you can scroll through the code, to see how work is managed differently (chain fork proof  Wink).

I have tried adding two batch scripts for windows in the old repository.
They successfully detect the java JRE and JDK, but while the run.bat works fine, the compile.bat is still struggling to work. I am not a windows user, so this is sort of a trial and error ... I'll try again soon! But if you see whats wrong, feel free to correct me.


Edit: Windows scripts (in old repo) work now!
cool thanks, sry for rushing to install new port.. was being super excited about this project  Grin keep up the good work @EK

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September 13, 2016, 11:11:56 PM
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cool thanks, sry for rushing to install new port.. was being super excited about this project  Grin keep up the good work @EK

And I hope this excitement still lasts for a long time ;-)
I will make sure to get it up and running as fast as I can, and then you will be the first to be notified  Smiley
The new version will be so much better and so much more stable.
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September 14, 2016, 10:01:30 AM
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If you want to try XEL:

Download testnet client https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-reference-client.
Best if you download it trough git for future easy updates. Install git on your machine and:

git clone https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-reference-client.git

Watch this video for instructions how to run it https://player.vimeo.com/video/178616474?quality=1080p and paste your address here to receive some XEL for testing and fun.

For Windows you have to run compile.bat to compile and run.bat to start XEL.



If you want to try out a miner:

1. Download it from: https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-miner
Best if you download it trough git for future easy updates. Install git on your machine and:

git clone https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-miner.git

2. ./compile.sh
3. ./run.sh
4. Give it your passphrase (after you hit a key make sure visible XEL address is yours)
5. Give it a XEL running daemon IP address (default localhost)
6. Hit enter and submit work to the network in your XEL client UI as shown here https://player.vimeo.com/video/178616474?quality=1080p. If someone else will submit work to the network your miner will automatically start working on it.
7. Example work are here https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-reference-client/tree/master/elasticpl_examples. no_bounties_found.epl will not found any bounty! Be warned that this is debug job that will just expire after 250 blocks without any submissions.

Suggestions:

run miner with lower cpu priority for optimal experience. Especialy if you running miner on the same machine that you running XEL node.

i. e.

Code:
screen nice -n 20 ./run.sh
20 is lowest possible priority in most linux env.



If you want to update XEL to the newest version:

Stop your node (CTRL + C)
Go to main directory of XEL and:
Code:
git pull origin master
./compile.sh
rm -rf nxt_test_db/
screen ./run.sh



If you want to update miner to the newest version:

Stop your miner (CTRL + C)
Go to main directory of miner and:
Code:
git pull origin master
./compile.sh
screen nice -n 20 ./run.sh

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September 14, 2016, 10:02:51 AM
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GeoIP database updated from 160k rows to 400k. Should be much more accurate now.

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GeoIP database updated from 160k rows to 400k. Should be much more accurate now.

Perfect, I am also getting closer and closer

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September 14, 2016, 02:22:19 PM
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that really looks promising  Smiley

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Anyone else having problems finding their bitcoin address at http://www.elastic.pro/addresses ?  I put a small amount of btc towards this (because I don't trust ICOs anymore) and I can't find the bitcoin address associated with it in the search.  I did use a private address.

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September 14, 2016, 03:24:12 PM
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If you want to try XEL:

Download testnet client https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-reference-client.
Best if you download it trough git for future easy updates. Install git on your machine and:

git clone https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-reference-client.git

Watch this video for instructions how to run it https://player.vimeo.com/video/178616474?quality=1080p and paste your address here to receive some XEL for testing and fun.

For Windows you have to run compile.bat to compile and run.bat to start XEL.



If you want to try out a miner:

1. Download it from: https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-miner
Best if you download it trough git for future easy updates. Install git on your machine and:

git clone https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-miner.git

2. ./compile.sh
3. ./run.sh
4. Give it your passphrase (after you hit a key make sure visible XEL address is yours)
5. Give it a XEL running daemon IP address (default localhost)
6. Hit enter and submit work to the network in your XEL client UI as shown here https://player.vimeo.com/video/178616474?quality=1080p. If someone else will submit work to the network your miner will automatically start working on it.
7. Example work are here https://github.com/OrdinaryDude/elastic-reference-client/tree/master/elasticpl_examples. no_bounties_found.epl will not found any bounty! Be warned that this is debug job that will just expire after 250 blocks without any submissions.

Suggestions:

run miner with lower cpu priority for optimal experience. Especialy if you running miner on the same machine that you running XEL node.

i. e.

Code:
screen nice -n 20 ./run.sh
20 is lowest possible priority in most linux env.



If you want to update XEL to the newest version:

Stop your node (CTRL + C)
Go to main directory of XEL and:
Code:
git pull origin master
./compile.sh
rm -rf nxt_test_db/
screen ./run.sh



If you want to update miner to the newest version:

Stop your miner (CTRL + C)
Go to main directory of miner and:
Code:
git pull origin master
./compile.sh
screen nice -n 20 ./run.sh


Can I run this on a Raspberry Pi3?


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Can I run this on a Raspberry Pi3?


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Raspbian Jessie has openjdk-8-jre in the repository so you should be able to run XEL without any problems.

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Anyone else having problems finding their bitcoin address at http://www.elastic.pro/addresses ?  I put a small amount of btc towards this (because I don't trust ICOs anymore) and I can't find the bitcoin address associated with it in the search.  I did use a private address.

Hi,

well, the list was well meant but obviously badly done. We have to redo the voting site as you are not the only one who is confused.
In fact, the list has nothing to say as it only contains people wo have participated in the votes. People often confuse it with a list containing all people who have XEL. This is clearly not the case.

The only place to look for your XEL is in the official genesis block. I am 100% sure your transaction is included in the genesis block  Wink
https://github.com/elastic-project/genesis-block/blob/master/genesis-block.json

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Anyone else having problems finding their bitcoin address at http://www.elastic.pro/addresses ?  I put a small amount of btc towards this (because I don't trust ICOs anymore) and I can't find the bitcoin address associated with it in the search.  I did use a private address.

Hi,

well, the list was well meant but obviously badly done. We have to redo the voting site as you are not the only one who is confused.
In fact, the list has nothing to say as it only contains people wo have participated in the votes. People often confuse it with a list containing all people who have XEL. This is clearly not the case.

The only place to look for your XEL is in the official genesis block. I am 100% sure your transaction is included in the genesis block  Wink
https://github.com/elastic-project/genesis-block/blob/master/genesis-block.json

I will check it out.  Thank you!

*Edit* found it.  Thanks again!

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@EK don't forget to git add

I've downloaded new port and there are some files missing Smiley

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Anyone else having problems finding their bitcoin address at http://www.elastic.pro/addresses ?  I put a small amount of btc towards this (because I don't trust ICOs anymore) and I can't find the bitcoin address associated with it in the search.  I did use a private address.

Hi,

well, the list was well meant but obviously badly done. We have to redo the voting site as you are not the only one who is confused.
In fact, the list has nothing to say as it only contains people wo have participated in the votes. People often confuse it with a list containing all people who have XEL. This is clearly not the case.

The only place to look for your XEL is in the official genesis block. I am 100% sure your transaction is included in the genesis block  Wink
https://github.com/elastic-project/genesis-block/blob/master/genesis-block.json

I will check it out.  Thank you!

*Edit* found it.  Thanks again!

You're welcome. Hope you'll stay with us during testnet!

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Anyone else having problems finding their bitcoin address at http://www.elastic.pro/addresses ?  I put a small amount of btc towards this (because I don't trust ICOs anymore) and I can't find the bitcoin address associated with it in the search.  I did use a private address.

Hi,

well, the list was well meant but obviously badly done. We have to redo the voting site as you are not the only one who is confused.
In fact, the list has nothing to say as it only contains people wo have participated in the votes. People often confuse it with a list containing all people who have XEL. This is clearly not the case.

The only place to look for your XEL is in the official genesis block. I am 100% sure your transaction is included in the genesis block  Wink
https://github.com/elastic-project/genesis-block/blob/master/genesis-block.json


I will check it out.  Thank you!

*Edit* found it.  Thanks again!

You're welcome. Hope you'll stay with us during testnet!

Yeah I plan on compiling the miner and node to test it out.

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...

Oh, darn ... the git add again  Wink
EDIT: sure that something is missing?

All transaction types are now working in the new version, and all are now using the versioned DB and the new account ledger.
I am starting with a local test phase now, and adding a few little missing things (in protocol and in UI) and then we can release it! I think tomorrow is realistic.

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Oh, darn ... the git add again  Wink
EDIT: sure that something is missing?

All transaction types are now working in the new version, and all are now using the versioned DB and the new account ledger.
I am starting with a local test phase now, and adding a few little missing things (in protocol and in UI) and then we can release it! I think tomorrow is realistic.

Flawless! Can't wait. I'll check again if something is missing and give a raport.

EDIT: I just can't comple it.

Code:
compiling nxt core...
src/java/nxt/Appendix.java:27: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.ASTCompilationUnit;
                ^
src/java/nxt/Appendix.java:28: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.ElasticPLParser;
                ^
src/java/nxt/Appendix.java:29: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.RuntimeEstimator;
                ^
src/java/nxt/TransactionType.java:28: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.ASTCompilationUnit;
                ^
src/java/nxt/TransactionType.java:29: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.ElasticPLParser;
                ^
src/java/nxt/TransactionType.java:30: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.RuntimeEstimator;
                ^
src/java/nxt/http/CreateWork.java:34: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.ASTCompilationUnit;
                ^
src/java/nxt/http/CreateWork.java:35: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.ElasticPLParser;
                ^
src/java/nxt/http/CreateWork.java:36: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.RuntimeEstimator;
                ^
src/java/nxt/WorkLogicManager.java:29: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.ParseException;
                ^
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:11: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.ASTCompilationUnit;
                ^
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:12: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.ElasticPLParser;
                ^
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:13: error: package ElasticPL does not exist
import ElasticPL.ParseException;
                ^
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:23: error: cannot find symbol
ElasticPLParser parser = null;
^
  symbol:   class ElasticPLParser
  location: class Executioner
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:47: error: cannot find symbol
public Executioner(String code, int numberOfInputs, long identifier) throws ParseException {
                                                                           ^
  symbol:   class ParseException
  location: class Executioner
src/java/nxt/Appendix.java:574: error: cannot find symbol
ElasticPLParser parser = new ElasticPLParser(stream);
^
  symbol:   class ElasticPLParser
  location: class PrunableSourceCode
src/java/nxt/Appendix.java:574: error: cannot find symbol
ElasticPLParser parser = new ElasticPLParser(stream);
                            ^
  symbol:   class ElasticPLParser
  location: class PrunableSourceCode
src/java/nxt/Appendix.java:584: error: cannot find symbol
ASTCompilationUnit rootNode = ((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode());
^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class PrunableSourceCode
src/java/nxt/Appendix.java:584: error: cannot find symbol
ASTCompilationUnit rootNode = ((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode());
                               ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class PrunableSourceCode
src/java/nxt/Appendix.java:585: error: cannot find symbol
WCET = RuntimeEstimator.worstWeight(rootNode);
      ^
  symbol:   variable RuntimeEstimator
  location: class PrunableSourceCode
src/java/nxt/Appendix.java:590: error: cannot find symbol
numberInputVars = (byte) ((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode()).getRandomIntNumber();
                          ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class PrunableSourceCode
src/java/nxt/http/CreateWork.java:122: error: cannot find symbol
ElasticPLParser parser = new ElasticPLParser(stream);
^
  symbol:   class ElasticPLParser
  location: class CreateWork
src/java/nxt/http/CreateWork.java:122: error: cannot find symbol
ElasticPLParser parser = new ElasticPLParser(stream);
                            ^
  symbol:   class ElasticPLParser
  location: class CreateWork
src/java/nxt/http/CreateWork.java:132: error: cannot find symbol
ASTCompilationUnit rootNode = ((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode());
^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class CreateWork
src/java/nxt/http/CreateWork.java:132: error: cannot find symbol
ASTCompilationUnit rootNode = ((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode());
                               ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class CreateWork
src/java/nxt/http/CreateWork.java:133: error: cannot find symbol
WCET = RuntimeEstimator.worstWeight(rootNode);
      ^
  symbol:   variable RuntimeEstimator
  location: class CreateWork
src/java/nxt/http/CreateWork.java:141: error: cannot find symbol
numberInputVars = (byte) ((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode()).getRandomIntNumber();
                          ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class CreateWork
src/java/nxt/WorkLogicManager.java:1262: error: cannot find symbol
} catch (ParseException e1) {
        ^
  symbol:   class ParseException
  location: class WorkLogicManager
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:56: error: cannot find symbol
parser = new ElasticPLParser(stream);
            ^
  symbol:   class ElasticPLParser
  location: class Executioner
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:67: error: cannot find symbol
((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode()).reset();
 ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class Executioner
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:68: error: cannot find symbol
((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode()).fillGivenIntNumber(inputs);
 ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class Executioner
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:69: error: cannot find symbol
((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode()).interpret();
 ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class Executioner
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:71: error: cannot find symbol
boolean verifyB = ((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode()).verifyBounty();
                   ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class Executioner
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:76: error: cannot find symbol
((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode()).reset();
 ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class Executioner
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:77: error: cannot find symbol
((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode()).fillGivenIntNumber(inputs);
 ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class Executioner
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:78: error: cannot find symbol
((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode()).interpret();
 ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class Executioner
src/java/nxt/Executioner.java:80: error: cannot find symbol
boolean verifyPow = ((ASTCompilationUnit) parser.jjtree.rootNode()).verifyPOW(target_pow);
                     ^
  symbol:   class ASTCompilationUnit
  location: class Executioner
Note: Some input files use unchecked or unsafe operations.
Note: Recompile with -Xlint:unchecked for details.
37 errors


I'll look closer at it.

EDIT:

I think you forgot to add ElasticPL path to compile script.

Quote
echo "compiling nxt core..."
find src/java/nxt/ -name "*.java" > sources.tmp
find src/evil/ElasticPL/ -name "*.java" >> sources.tmp
javac -encoding utf8 -sourcepath "${SP}" -classpath "${CP}" -d classes/ @sources.tmp || exit 1
echo "nxt core class files compiled successfully"

When I added bold line I was able to compile new port. Maybe you're not versioning compile.sh?

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