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February 09, 2014, 02:47:02 PM
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Can I apply github flavored markdown to make fancy it up, like on bitcoin's github repo?

yes, do as you want
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February 09, 2014, 02:47:36 PM
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let me know what you need. I'm available on Freenode IRC #darkwallet
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February 13, 2014, 04:28:36 AM
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I love the way they code libbitcoin.

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February 14, 2014, 09:05:56 AM
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thanks lewsig.

Stealth blockchain stuff is now part of libbitcoin, obelisk .etc

More info: https://wiki.unsystem.net/index.php/DarkWallet/Stealth#Toys

You can lookup the transactions in the blockchain, do the comparisons and find candidate results.

Documentation about everything is on the wiki for developers.

Code:
$ sx fetch-stealth
Usage: fetch-stealth NUMBER_BITS BITFIELD [FROM_HEIGHT]
$ sx fetch-stealth 2 deadbeef
DEBUG: ephemkey: 024398667c6a11652ae80fe6370e140cc67d4f82fb8310122cdaddae1524dad9e0 address: 1Nw1EKu8Y6mPGhMGyrKPS9TZWDyTPLvi8a tx_hash: 6a6246ccc7cb9427efee85dd3c7b80164f8a61213a7ce357b8cfd3816f59aab9
DEBUG: ephemkey: 02828c82feeae6ea5526e1b17adf3a7e9a1ee53680fc0ba651a3e7c1a99529ef24 address: 1QJSNUqt8HRygcNvbyYHQw5NizMCBkixsb tx_hash: 75885e50418cee0e527316df1f740ef6bc6b60a4b325c6d8d20e00a053cd27f9
DEBUG: ephemkey: 03a3e941099eda82cee7727e238e34283611e71debe063ed5029b51336060de080 address: 1KnByqTSjWbh5gb2K74Nkdf6oU5VMtfJqf tx_hash: 6deba5f43c85d881fa88fd40f53ab2c825682d4829db0154982ddf9f60a9a0c7
DEBUG: ephemkey: 024b4d9a7564644deb94743872e6823f87c1ce8cca7c2ba84cd926dea5498a0a53 address: 14DcERFvDPYTr1PHqphqvQuawvAoFTsKgH tx_hash: ba058ad8330e56b5cb18c08d98c465a91d7ce4d1bc5ac10f1384a0619a3559f4
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February 14, 2014, 03:57:44 PM
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I'm trying to build libbitcoin on FreeBSD 10.  I gave up on clang due to several issues in the source (missing braces and such) and installed gcc 4.9.

Things are looking a bit better, but I'm running into a different problem.  This isn't libbitcoin specific, but this is the source I'm trying to build and haven't had any luck with google.

In network.lo, I get an error that to_string is not a member of std.  I verified this to be a gcc problem by making a small test file and compiling it with various options.  None are working, but I can compile cleanly with clang.

Any pointers on how to build on FreeBSD (with clang or gcc)?

Thanks,


Are you able to provide a virtual machine image for me to take a look? BTW I'm genjix on #darkwallet on Freenode IRC

If provided an environment, would you be willing to work the code to build cleanly on FreeBSD 10 using the native toolchain?

Taken further, if you had a permanent, up to date environment, would you be willing to create and maintain ports for libbitcion and your other tools?

I'm willing to provide initial funding and administration for a FreeBSD environment until such a time that it can be supported through donations.  The offer to provide administration is extended until such a time that it's no longer economical to do so.  Any donations above operating costs would be split of course, but we can talk about the exact split at a later time.

Any/all developers on the project will have full root access to the machine so they can perform full test installations for the libraries and tools being created?

Let me know!

-Prayer

PS: I may be willing to do the same for other bitcoin/altcoin projects.  Contact me via PM to discuss any details.
PPS: While additional work would still be needed for MacOS, porting to FreeBSD first should get you most of the way there.


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February 14, 2014, 11:14:28 PM
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yes, if I have an SSH and some help, I would make sure everything compiles as I develop the tools.

I have an admin who can provide the environment and support, but he will need assistance to setup all the dependencies and build system. Once everything is ready and I can try to compile libbitcoin (coordinating with you), then I can see what fixes need (if any) to be made to the code and maintain that by having my admin compile it every so often.

Red Emerald does mac ports here, and I'd need help for packaging. I'd just guarantee the code compiles + works.

I'm on Freenode IRC #darkwallet as genjix (admin is d3), or alternatively my email is genjix at riseup dot net (cc d3 at riseup dot net)
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February 14, 2014, 11:21:36 PM
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docker.io is a linux container which might be worth looking into. it's moving to 1.0, and can be used for maintaining various tools. usually its used for complex webstacks (ebay and others use it). other tools in this area: packer.io, vagrantup.com, drone.io, saltstack (build on zmq). overall web/server integration and buildmanagement in bitcoind is not very good. with something like containers we get language/distro independent frameworks. you ship a whole thin OS with it, so you have really only one single dependency. on the downside its overhead to get into.
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February 15, 2014, 03:59:27 AM
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Hey!!

Yes, we can do this! Send us a email to coordenate the work. And we can use the wiki too.

My GPG key ID: 89AA3C9A

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February 19, 2014, 07:09:43 AM
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Can I use libbitcoin to parse/query primecoin blockchain of live client?
i.e. client is running all the time and I want to read and query his blockchain.
Any advices?
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February 20, 2014, 07:20:00 AM
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Is anyone alive here?!?!
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February 20, 2014, 11:24:57 AM
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Now we have VM's dedicated to libbitcoin/obelisk/sx development and test.

OpenBSD Debian Ubuntu

Who want to participate read the link above and send me a PM.

more info:

https://wiki.unsystem.net/index.php/Resources_Documentation

Cheers
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March 05, 2014, 10:40:50 AM
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I cannot even look at this code due to the possibility of legal risk to my company!
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March 05, 2014, 04:57:35 PM
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I cannot even look at this code due to the possibility of legal risk to my company!

Pardon me, didn't get you, what risk do you mean?
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March 05, 2014, 05:49:08 PM
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Maybe someone can help me with this. I'm having a problem building libbitcoin-bindings on Arch Linux. I PMed genjix, but he hasn't gotten back to me yet. (I'm sure he's very busy.)

Here is the output I get when running make. I symlinked include/bitcoin/ from the libbitcoin source directory into the current directory. Also, I had to change the calls to pkg-config in the Makefile to use python3 explicitly.

Googling around led me to this closed GitHub issue for another project. Maybe it's related? I don't know how to duplicate the fix, though.

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March 06, 2014, 12:26:45 AM
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Maybe someone can help me with this. I'm having a problem building libbitcoin-bindings on Arch Linux. I PMed genjix, but he hasn't gotten back to me yet. (I'm sure he's very busy.)

Here is the output I get when running make. I symlinked include/bitcoin/ from the libbitcoin source directory into the current directory. Also, I had to change the calls to pkg-config in the Makefile to use python3 explicitly.

Googling around led me to this closed GitHub issue for another project. Maybe it's related? I don't know how to duplicate the fix, though.

Thanks.

The bindings are old and unmaintained. Sorry.

If you want to use Obelisk from Python, we have a pure Python library:

https://github.com/darkwallet/python-obelisk
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March 07, 2014, 12:04:15 AM
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Maybe someone can help me with this. I'm having a problem building libbitcoin-bindings on Arch Linux. I PMed genjix, but he hasn't gotten back to me yet. (I'm sure he's very busy.)

Here is the output I get when running make. I symlinked include/bitcoin/ from the libbitcoin source directory into the current directory. Also, I had to change the calls to pkg-config in the Makefile to use python3 explicitly.

Googling around led me to this closed GitHub issue for another project. Maybe it's related? I don't know how to duplicate the fix, though.

Thanks.

The bindings are old and unmaintained. Sorry.

If you want to use Obelisk from Python, we have a pure Python library:

https://github.com/darkwallet/python-obelisk

It's no problem. Thanks for getting back to me!

I'll look at using Obelisk instead.
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March 08, 2014, 03:20:47 PM
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Amir, just wanted to pop in and thank you for the hard work!
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March 20, 2014, 05:44:47 AM
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I forgot to post an update here.  Thanks to wozz at Github, libbitcoin, libwallet, obelisk, sx, and obelisk now all build on OSX with https://github.com/WyseNynja/homebrew-bitcoin

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March 21, 2014, 12:35:34 AM
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Always good to see progress with important FOSS projects like these ...

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March 21, 2014, 12:31:44 PM
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I am really keen with Libbitcoin and they've got easy to understand for new clients instruction, that's great   Wink
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