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May 24, 2013, 10:29:02 PM
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I am asking one simple thing :

How do I even calculate the profit I can make using YAC ?

How many coins per day ?

What is difficulty ? What is block reward ?

Nobody seems to know this.

Maybe someone with a 2600K CPU can chime in and tell us how many YAC he makes / day or something Huh
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May 24, 2013, 10:37:32 PM
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I am asking one simple thing :

How do I even calculate the profit I can make using YAC ?

How many coins per day ?

What is difficulty ? What is block reward ?

Nobody seems to know this.

Maybe someone with a 2600K CPU can chime in and tell us how many YAC he makes / day or something Huh

A bit of manual hand-crafting?

You can get all that information from the client with the getmininginfo command. Then it's a matter of doing the math.

If you can't be bothered with that, simply join a pool and the pool will simplify all this and tell you the estimated YAC/day.

But to be honest, I think you are deviating the thread. This is a thread about development and technical aspects of YAC, I think it would be better if you opened another thread to ask these questions.

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May 24, 2013, 10:43:44 PM
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1)for intel I5 3570 , you can get around 8-10 coins per day .

2)My AMD fx -8300 is getting 12 coins per day and yac is extra product while i am minning LTC since YAC only use your cpu power no GPU. in this case , I got 2 LTC form my AMD 7950 and 12 YAC from my CPU at the same time every day.


by the way , i am doing pool mining and p2pool as backup


Some user statistics until May 14 when the N increased in the algorithm. Current hashrate decreased by 50% average.
Intel Core2 Duo L9400: 14 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
Intel Core2 Duo P8600: 52 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
Intel Core2 Duo T6600: ~50 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
Intel Core2 Duo T9400: 69 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
Intel Core2 Quad Q6600: 180-190 KH/s [SSSE3 version, 3.6GHz]
Intel Core i3 3220: 120-130 KH/s [-t 10]
Intel Core i5 760: 160 KH/s
Intel Core i5 760: 192 KH/s [3.8GHz]
Intel Core i5 2430M: is not working
Intel Core i5 2450M: 105 KH/s [AVX version, 2.9 GHz]
Intel Core i5 2500K: 200 KH/s [AVX version, 3.6GHz]
Intel Core i5 2500K: 230 KH/s [AVX version, 4.2GHz]
Intel Core i5 2500K: 275 KH/s [4.5GHz]
Intel Core i5 2500K: 270 KH/s [AVX version, ? GHz]
Intel Core i5 2600K: 300 KH/s [AVX version, 4.2 GHz]
Intel Core i5 2520M: is not working
Intel Core i5 3210M: 94-104 KH/s
Intel Core i5 3470: 200-210 KH/s [AVX version]
Intel Core i5 3570k: 170-180 KH/s [-t 3]
Intel Core i5 3570k: 207 KH/s [-t 3, 4.2 GHz]
Intel Core i5 3570k: 300 KH/s [AVX version, 4GHz, -t 10]
Intel Core i5 3570k: 315 KH/s [AVX version, 4.7GHz]
Intel Core i7 2670QM: 120+ KH/s [2.2GHz -t 6]
Intel Core i7 2600K: 320 KH/s
Intel Core i7 2600K: 320 KH/s [AVX version, 4.43 GHz]
Intel Core i7 2600K: 325 KH/s [SSSE3 version, 4.43 GHz]
Intel Core i7 3770K: 310-320 KH/s [AVX version, -t 10, 4.2 GHz]
Intel Core i7 3930K: 425 KH/s [SSSE3 version, -t 8, 4.7 GHz]
Intel Xeon W3520: 200 KH/s
Intel Xeon 5345: 240 KH/s [SSSE3 version, -t16]
2x Intel Xeon E5649: 482 KH/s [SSSE3 version, -t20, 2.533 GHz, Windows Server 2008, HP ProLiant DL360 G7]
Intel Xeon E7520: 1165 KH/s [IBM x3850, SSSE3 version, -t 63, 1.87 GHz, Windows Server 2008]
AMD K8 3200+: 20 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
AMD Phenom II X4 940: 140-160 KH/s [SSSE3 version, Windows XP 64]
AMD Phenom II X4 955: 105 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
AMD Phenom II X6: 190 KH/s [SSSE3 version, 3.0 GHz]
AMD Phenom II X6 1090T: 250 KH/s [SSSE3 version, 3.6 GHz]
AMD A10 4655M: 60 KH/s [AVX version]
AMD FX-8350: 280 KH/s
AMD FX-8320 : 190 KH/s [-t 6]
AMD Opteron 6247: 590 KH/s [-t 31, 2.3 GHz]
AMD Opteron 6128: 900 KH/s [SSSE3 version, -t 32, 2.5 GHz, Windows Server 2012]
How do I even calculate the profit I can make using YAC ?
How many coins per day ?
What is difficulty ? What is block reward ?

http://yacexplorer.tk/chain/Yacoin

As for profitability, there is no calculator I know of but you can easily find it out if you join some YAC pool and hash there for a while, there are usualy stats for YAC per day. Once
your local hashrate is close to hashrate shown by pool, check estimated YAC per day and then check exchange rate on Bter or Vircurex.
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May 26, 2013, 08:00:46 AM
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1)for intel I5 3570 , you can get around 8-10 coins per day .

2)My AMD fx -8300 is getting 12 coins per day and yac is extra product while i am minning LTC since YAC only use your cpu power no GPU. in this case , I got 2 LTC form my AMD 7950 and 12 YAC from my CPU at the same time every day.


by the way , i am doing pool mining and p2pool as backup


Some user statistics until May 14 when the N increased in the algorithm. Current hashrate decreased by 50% average.
Intel Core2 Duo L9400: 14 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
Intel Core2 Duo P8600: 52 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
Intel Core2 Duo T6600: ~50 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
Intel Core2 Duo T9400: 69 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
Intel Core2 Quad Q6600: 180-190 KH/s [SSSE3 version, 3.6GHz]
Intel Core i3 3220: 120-130 KH/s [-t 10]
Intel Core i5 760: 160 KH/s
Intel Core i5 760: 192 KH/s [3.8GHz]
Intel Core i5 2430M: is not working
Intel Core i5 2450M: 105 KH/s [AVX version, 2.9 GHz]
Intel Core i5 2500K: 200 KH/s [AVX version, 3.6GHz]
Intel Core i5 2500K: 230 KH/s [AVX version, 4.2GHz]
Intel Core i5 2500K: 275 KH/s [4.5GHz]
Intel Core i5 2500K: 270 KH/s [AVX version, ? GHz]
Intel Core i5 2600K: 300 KH/s [AVX version, 4.2 GHz]
Intel Core i5 2520M: is not working
Intel Core i5 3210M: 94-104 KH/s
Intel Core i5 3470: 200-210 KH/s [AVX version]
Intel Core i5 3570k: 170-180 KH/s [-t 3]
Intel Core i5 3570k: 207 KH/s [-t 3, 4.2 GHz]
Intel Core i5 3570k: 300 KH/s [AVX version, 4GHz, -t 10]
Intel Core i5 3570k: 315 KH/s [AVX version, 4.7GHz]
Intel Core i7 2670QM: 120+ KH/s [2.2GHz -t 6]
Intel Core i7 2600K: 320 KH/s
Intel Core i7 2600K: 320 KH/s [AVX version, 4.43 GHz]
Intel Core i7 2600K: 325 KH/s [SSSE3 version, 4.43 GHz]
Intel Core i7 3770K: 310-320 KH/s [AVX version, -t 10, 4.2 GHz]
Intel Core i7 3930K: 425 KH/s [SSSE3 version, -t 8, 4.7 GHz]
Intel Xeon W3520: 200 KH/s
Intel Xeon 5345: 240 KH/s [SSSE3 version, -t16]
2x Intel Xeon E5649: 482 KH/s [SSSE3 version, -t20, 2.533 GHz, Windows Server 2008, HP ProLiant DL360 G7]
Intel Xeon E7520: 1165 KH/s [IBM x3850, SSSE3 version, -t 63, 1.87 GHz, Windows Server 2008]
AMD K8 3200+: 20 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
AMD Phenom II X4 940: 140-160 KH/s [SSSE3 version, Windows XP 64]
AMD Phenom II X4 955: 105 KH/s [SSSE3 version]
AMD Phenom II X6: 190 KH/s [SSSE3 version, 3.0 GHz]
AMD Phenom II X6 1090T: 250 KH/s [SSSE3 version, 3.6 GHz]
AMD A10 4655M: 60 KH/s [AVX version]
AMD FX-8350: 280 KH/s
AMD FX-8320 : 190 KH/s [-t 6]
AMD Opteron 6247: 590 KH/s [-t 31, 2.3 GHz]
AMD Opteron 6128: 900 KH/s [SSSE3 version, -t 32, 2.5 GHz, Windows Server 2012]
How do I even calculate the profit I can make using YAC ?
How many coins per day ?
What is difficulty ? What is block reward ?

http://yacexplorer.tk/chain/Yacoin

As for profitability, there is no calculator I know of but you can easily find it out if you join some YAC pool and hash there for a while, there are usualy stats for YAC per day. Once
your local hashrate is close to hashrate shown by pool, check estimated YAC per day and then check exchange rate on Bter or Vircurex.


I's solo mining, 2 X  i7 PC.
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May 26, 2013, 10:09:05 AM
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Quoted for the lulz.

Merged mining draws 0 additional power so it is more money for no additional cost.

CPU mining draws a hell of a lot of power compared to CPU idling. 100W more does cost additional money.

$1 a day vs cost of powering 100W for 24 hours ( 0.24 kwh ) --- which is greater ?

Haha, allow me to quote you for the lulz as well: 100W * 24h = 0.24kWh? Where can I sign up for that electricity contract?! Wink

0.1kW * 24 hours = 2.4kWh. At 0.1-0.2$/kWh you end up paying between 0.24-0.48$/day.
IF you make 1$/day with 100W it would be profitable to mine yacoin ignoring depreciation etc.
I am paying close to 0.2$/kWh so I am only mining for fun when I do so.

BTC 1NoV8NFSB7eiuK2aABFtBTdUdXhbEdG7Ss
LTC LaFyWSfzKY7CKwwmbxhyf8S2iJvfT7JFtL YAC YKKwR5B64Z9ww971J42vEGVPaema623Tz6
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May 26, 2013, 03:29:44 PM
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hmm good future.
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May 26, 2013, 07:04:16 PM
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Finally got my GPU hashing, but 4 times slower than mtrlt's.

7950 @ 207KH, (N = 256), Downgrade to 750MHZ Core Speed.
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May 26, 2013, 09:39:38 PM
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I have compiled Windmaster's client on my old notebook, but somehow I'm unable to download the whole blockchain flawlessly, it went fine at the beginning, but now I'm stuck at about 10000 blocks remaining and it just stops there. When I restart client, it downloads few hundreds of blocks and stops again.
Any suggestions? There were no errors during compilation... And it's 32bit ubuntu 12.04
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May 26, 2013, 10:28:00 PM
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Finally got my GPU hashing, but 4 times slower than mtrlt's.

7950 @ 207KH, (N = 256), Downgrade to 750MHZ Core Speed.

That approximately jives with what I benchmarked your code at (at least the code you posted earlier in the thread) after fixing the problems with it, if we take into account the different cards we're using (I tested on a 6950).  As a point of curiosity, how many hours did it take you up to the point you posted your code, and how many hours after that to figure out what was still wrong?
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May 26, 2013, 10:34:44 PM
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I have compiled Windmaster's client on my old notebook, but somehow I'm unable to download the whole blockchain flawlessly, it went fine at the beginning, but now I'm stuck at about 10000 blocks remaining and it just stops there. When I restart client, it downloads few hundreds of blocks and stops again.
Any suggestions? There were no errors during compilation... And it's 32bit ubuntu 12.04

What does the output from the "getinfo" and "getpeerinfo" commands look like at the point it stops downloading?  How much CPU time is the yacoind process consuming at that point (ps -aux | grep yacoind)?  And what does the output from yacoind look like (start it with -printtoconsole so it doesn't become a daemon, and instead prints all it's messages directly)?
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May 26, 2013, 10:52:48 PM
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Hello,

I'm trying to get YACoin QT Client compiled for OSX.  I feel like i'm getting pretty close, but i'm stuck on a bunch of ASM, and i'm not super awesome with ASM.

I think it's all coming from scrypt-x86_64.S
Code:
{standard input}:5:Alignment too large: 15. assumed.
{standard input}:14:32-bit absolute addressing is not supported for x86-64
{standard input}:14:cannot do signed 4 byte relocation
{standard input}:15:32-bit absolute addressing is not supported for x86-64
{standard input}:15:cannot do signed 4 byte relocation
{standard input}:89:suffix or operands invalid for `ja'
{standard input}:105:suffix or operands invalid for `jne'
{standard input}:108:Unknown pseudo-op: .type
{standard input}:108:Rest of line ignored. 1st junk character valued 115 (s).
{standard input}:109:Unknown pseudo-op: .size
{standard input}:109:Rest of line ignored. 1st junk character valued 115 (s).
{standard input}:113:Alignment too large: 15. assumed.
{standard input}:207:suffix or operands invalid for `ja'
{standard input}:223:suffix or operands invalid for `jne'
{standard input}:226:Unknown pseudo-op: .type
{standard input}:226:Rest of line ignored. 1st junk character valued 115 (s).
{standard input}:227:Unknown pseudo-op: .size
{standard input}:227:Rest of line ignored. 1st junk character valued 115 (s).

I am building with QT Creator, and using GCC (not CLANG).  I unravelled the macros in the ASM with pooler's perl tool. 

I assume someone has already figured this out because there is a NovaCoin QT for OSX and it uses the exact same ASM file.

Any help or advise would be appreciated!

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May 26, 2013, 11:05:49 PM
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Finally got my GPU hashing, but 4 times slower than mtrlt's.

7950 @ 207KH, (N = 256), Downgrade to 750MHZ Core Speed.

That approximately jives with what I benchmarked your code at (at least the code you posted earlier in the thread) after fixing the problems with it, if we take into account the different cards we're using (I tested on a 6950).  As a point of curiosity, how many hours did it take you up to the point you posted your code, and how many hours after that to figure out what was still wrong?
I spend two weekends, if sum up about 48 hours.
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May 26, 2013, 11:11:22 PM
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Thanks for compiling up an interim Win 64-bit binary.  I was going to start looking into why the scrypt-jane library won't compile cleanly for 32-bit Windows using the mingw32 compiler as reported earlier in the thread but haven't gotten to it yet.

I'm almost ready to push changes to the repository to update the icon and graphics, and have been working on scripting up an NSIS-based installer (similar to InstallShield, but NSIS is open-source) for the Windows client.

Yes, I also met the problem of the assembly code error. I just turned off some macro options for the SSE & AVX, to make it a plain generic scryp-jane impl.

In file scrypt-jane-portable-x86.h, comment out these parts:
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   #if (defined(COMPILER_MSVC6PP_AND_LATER) || (defined(COMPILER_GCC) && (COMPILER_GCC >= 30000)))
      #define X86ASM_SSE
      #define X86ASM_SSE2
   #endif
   #if ((defined(COMPILER_MSVC) && (COMPILER_MSVC >= 1400)) || (defined(COMPILER_GCC) && (COMPILER_GCC >= 40102)))
      #define X86ASM_SSSE3
   #endif
   #if ((defined(COMPILER_GCC) && (COMPILER_GCC >= 40400)))
      #define X86ASM_AVX
   #endif

But if you want to make the client also has optimized mining capability, need to try to configure CPU_X86_FORCE_INTRINSICS. (gcc intrinsics are always well-organized c code.)



Hello,

I'm trying to get YACoin QT Client compiled for OSX.  I feel like i'm getting pretty close, but i'm stuck on a bunch of ASM, and i'm not super awesome with ASM.

I think it's all coming from scrypt-x86_64.S
Code:
{standard input}:5:Alignment too large: 15. assumed.
{standard input}:14:32-bit absolute addressing is not supported for x86-64
{standard input}:14:cannot do signed 4 byte relocation
{standard input}:15:32-bit absolute addressing is not supported for x86-64
{standard input}:15:cannot do signed 4 byte relocation
{standard input}:89:suffix or operands invalid for `ja'
{standard input}:105:suffix or operands invalid for `jne'
{standard input}:108:Unknown pseudo-op: .type
{standard input}:108:Rest of line ignored. 1st junk character valued 115 (s).
{standard input}:109:Unknown pseudo-op: .size
{standard input}:109:Rest of line ignored. 1st junk character valued 115 (s).
{standard input}:113:Alignment too large: 15. assumed.
{standard input}:207:suffix or operands invalid for `ja'
{standard input}:223:suffix or operands invalid for `jne'
{standard input}:226:Unknown pseudo-op: .type
{standard input}:226:Rest of line ignored. 1st junk character valued 115 (s).
{standard input}:227:Unknown pseudo-op: .size
{standard input}:227:Rest of line ignored. 1st junk character valued 115 (s).

I am building with QT Creator, and using GCC (not CLANG).  I unravelled the macros in the ASM with pooler's perl tool. 

I assume someone has already figured this out because there is a NovaCoin QT for OSX and it uses the exact same ASM file.

Any help or advise would be appreciated!


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May 27, 2013, 12:05:29 PM
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I know it's not the best thread for it but it's the most watched and easy to follow YAC one so I'll post it here..

I just sent a message to bter about their unfair treatment of YAC as one of the rare problem-less altcoins created in last few weeks. It's staggering to see that coins with such a problems with delayed transactions like FTC or CNC, or coins with numerous blockchain problems and risky fast block creation and 1500% price drop like WDC are treated normally ,without huge trading fees and scaring introducing message yet YAC as most advanced coin with most stable price since it's introduction to exchange as well with 0 blockchain problems is treated on the way it is.

I hope more of you will join me and send them the message as the way they are treating YAC is scandalous and makes one to wonder what the hell are they about, and you don't want to wonder that while you are giving someone the trust of dealing with your property.

Again, sorry for posting here but I hope more people will see it in this thread.

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May 27, 2013, 12:34:40 PM
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It seems that http://yacexplorer.tk/ is not updating anymore.
Is there any other YAC block explorer out there ?

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May 27, 2013, 12:38:16 PM
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I know it's not the best thread for it but it's the most watched and easy to follow YAC one so I'll post it here..

I just sent a message to bter about their unfair treatment of YAC as one of the rare problem-less altcoins created in last few weeks. It's staggering to see that coins with such a problems with delayed transactions like FTC or CNC, or coins with numerous blockchain problems and risky fast block creation and 1500% price drop like WDC are treated normally ,without huge trading fees and scaring introducing message yet YAC as most advanced coin with most stable price since it's introduction to exchange as well with 0 blockchain problems is treated on the way it is.

I hope more of you will join me and send them the message as the way they are treating YAC is scandalous and makes one to wonder what the hell are they about, and you don't want to wonder that while you are giving someone the trust of dealing with your property.

Again, sorry for posting here but I hope more people will see it in this thread.

No matter, we still have two other exchanges, vircurex & cryptsy, they're both awesome.
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May 27, 2013, 12:42:45 PM
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Haven't checked vircurex but criptsy have 0 volume for yac.

But anyway, it's just not fair and I'm having a hard time to trust the exchange that does such stuff without the reasons.

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May 27, 2013, 12:46:30 PM
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Thanks hanzac! that defintiely did the trick, i feel like i am a lot closer now, but stuck on one other small ASM related thing.
Code:
/scrypt-jane-portable-x86.h:226: warning: implicit declaration of function 'asm_gcc'
/scrypt-jane-portable-x86.h:227: error: expected ';' before 'a1'

EDIT: so then i realized that X86_64ASM was no longer being defined, so then asm_gcc wasn't getting initialized properly.  So instead i only commented out part of the block you suggested, and left the definition for X86_64ASM
Code:
#if defined(CPU_X86_64) && defined(COMPILER_GCC)
    #define X86_64ASM
// #define X86_64ASM_SSE2
// #if (COMPILER_GCC >= 40102)
// #define X86_64ASM_SSSE3
// #endif
// #if (COMPILER_GCC >= 40400)
// #define X86_64ASM_AVX
// #endif
#endif

And it built with no errors, but a whole bunch of warnings, do these warnings matter??
Code:
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:12: In file included from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:12,
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix.h:2: from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix.h:2,
src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:12: from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:12:
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:-1: In function 'scrypt_romix_nop':
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:8: warning: unused parameter 'blocks'
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:8: warning: unused parameter 'nblocks'
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:-1: In function 'scrypt_romix_convert_endian':
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:13: warning: unused parameter 'blocks'
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:13: warning: unused parameter 'nblocks'
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix.h:2: In file included from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix.h:2,
src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:12: from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:12:
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:-1: In function 'scrypt_getROMix':
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:56: warning: unused variable 'cpuflags'
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:-1: In function 'scrypt_test_mix':
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:109: warning: unused variable 'cpuflags'
src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:13: In file included from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:13:
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-test-vectors.h:-1: At top level:
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-test-vectors.h:9: warning: missing initializer
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-test-vectors.h:9: warning: (near initialization for 'post_settings[2].salt')
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:8: warning: 'scrypt_romix_nop' defined but not used

Thanks!

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May 27, 2013, 01:02:16 PM
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Thanks hanzac! that defintiely did the trick, i feel like i am a lot closer now, but stuck on one other small ASM related thing.
Code:
/scrypt-jane-portable-x86.h:226: warning: implicit declaration of function 'asm_gcc'
/scrypt-jane-portable-x86.h:227: error: expected ';' before 'a1'

EDIT: so then i realized that X86_64ASM was no longer being defined, so then asm_gcc wasn't getting initialized properly.  So instead i only commented out part of the block you suggested, and left the definition for X86_64ASM
Code:
#if defined(CPU_X86_64) && defined(COMPILER_GCC)
    #define X86_64ASM
// #define X86_64ASM_SSE2
// #if (COMPILER_GCC >= 40102)
// #define X86_64ASM_SSSE3
// #endif
// #if (COMPILER_GCC >= 40400)
// #define X86_64ASM_AVX
// #endif
#endif

And it built with no errors, but a whole bunch of warnings, do these warnings matter??
Code:
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:12: In file included from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:12,
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix.h:2: from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix.h:2,
src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:12: from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:12:
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:-1: In function 'scrypt_romix_nop':
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:8: warning: unused parameter 'blocks'
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:8: warning: unused parameter 'nblocks'
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:-1: In function 'scrypt_romix_convert_endian':
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:13: warning: unused parameter 'blocks'
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:13: warning: unused parameter 'nblocks'
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix.h:2: In file included from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix.h:2,
src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:12: from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:12:
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:-1: In function 'scrypt_getROMix':
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:56: warning: unused variable 'cpuflags'
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:-1: In function 'scrypt_test_mix':
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-chacha.h:109: warning: unused variable 'cpuflags'
src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:13: In file included from ../altcoins/yacoin/src/scrypt-jane/scrypt-jane.c:13:
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-test-vectors.h:-1: At top level:
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-test-vectors.h:9: warning: missing initializer
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-test-vectors.h:9: warning: (near initialization for 'post_settings[2].salt')
src/scrypt-jane/code/scrypt-jane-romix-basic.h:8: warning: 'scrypt_romix_nop' defined but not used

Thanks!

No, they do not matter. You only turn off the scrypt-jane SSE optimization so some variables are not used. When I have time, I'll try to figure out how to enable compilation with SSE intrinsics by using define CPU_X86_FORCE_INTRINSICS. This will avoid use the ASM directly.
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May 27, 2013, 04:48:40 PM
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Did I miss the link to the windows binaries?

Please make a new Release for Windows  Cry

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