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November 27, 2012, 03:50:25 AM
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Just use your normal bitcoin address as a devcoin address.

The address is already yours, you already have its private key, it is already waiting for devcoins to be sent to it.

Someday when you finally decide you have enough devcoins waiting there that it is worth learning how to export a key from one wallet and import it into another, copy the key over to a devcoin wallet and use your devcoins.

It was done this way deliberately so that we could put developers on the list initially way back when just by knowing their bitcoin donation address.

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That doesnt make any sense. How can you import devcoins into the bitcoin blockchain ?

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November 27, 2012, 03:55:02 AM
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Just use your normal bitcoin address as a devcoin address.

The address is already yours, you already have its private key, it is already waiting for devcoins to be sent to it.

Someday when you finally decide you have enough devcoins waiting there that it is worth learning how to export a key from one wallet and import it into another, copy the key over to a devcoin wallet and use your devcoins.

It was done this way deliberately so that we could put developers on the list initially way back when just by knowing their bitcoin donation address.

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That doesnt make any sense. How can you import devcoins into the bitcoin blockchain ?

You are not making sense, how can using the same private key in multiple places / for multiple purposes make all places and purposes you use it for somehow the same place or purpose?

If you sign a transaction on the devcoin blockchain, the devcoin blockchain will be effected, if you use the same private key to sign a transaction on the bitcoin blockchain the bitcoin blockchain will be effected.

If you use the same private key to sign a valentine card to your mom possibly your mom will be effected. your mom doesn't suddely turn into a bitcoin or a devcoin.

Sheesh.

Maybe reading Satoshi's whitepaper would help, to get an idea how blockchains work?

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November 27, 2012, 03:55:15 AM
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Just use your normal bitcoin address as a devcoin address.

The address is already yours, you already have its private key, it is already waiting for devcoins to be sent to it.

Someday when you finally decide you have enough devcoins waiting there that it is worth learning how to export a key from one wallet and import it into another, copy the key over to a devcoin wallet and use your devcoins.

It was done this way deliberately so that we could put developers on the list initially way back when just by knowing their bitcoin donation address.

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That doesnt make any sense. How can you import devcoins into the bitcoin blockchain ?
it does make sense, u just dont understand how!
devcoind and bitcoin keypair are the same. you can use a bitcoind adress fro devcoin too and the opposite.

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November 27, 2012, 03:58:31 AM
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Just use your normal bitcoin address as a devcoin address.

The address is already yours, you already have its private key, it is already waiting for devcoins to be sent to it.

Someday when you finally decide you have enough devcoins waiting there that it is worth learning how to export a key from one wallet and import it into another, copy the key over to a devcoin wallet and use your devcoins.

It was done this way deliberately so that we could put developers on the list initially way back when just by knowing their bitcoin donation address.

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That doesnt make any sense. How can you import devcoins into the bitcoin blockchain ?

You cannot, think of it like this:

Bobby lives at 15 Bitcoin st Apt A
Derrick lives at 15 Bitcoin st Apt B

You can get to that exact location with the same address for both people (coin chains) the A/B just will identify which network to which its assigned. Apt A will always be on the first floor, Apt B always on the second floor. Those things will never change. But it will tell you the exact address of how to get there to that exact location (private key).

Hope that kinda helps.

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November 27, 2012, 04:06:14 AM
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update: libssl + libcrypto resolved, now i have to get libboost working, anyone knows which version is needed?

On my linux system, it's 1.40.0, according to the code at:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3708706/how-to-determine-the-boost-version-on-a-system

which I lower than I expected because I thought bitcoin wanted a more advanced development version.

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EDIT: after a bit googling, this could be a problem with mingw32! so maybe no build for winblows possible.

That would suck  Sad

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November 27, 2012, 04:12:32 AM
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update: libssl + libcrypto resolved, now i have to get libboost working, anyone knows which version is needed?

On my linux system, it's 1.40.0, according to the code at:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3708706/how-to-determine-the-boost-version-on-a-system

which I lower than I expected because I thought bitcoin wanted a more advanced development version.

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EDIT: after a bit googling, this could be a problem with mingw32! so maybe no build for winblows possible.

That would suck  Sad
its due to a threading issue in win32 (trash? Tongue)
i know how to determine my actual version, i have to cross-compile every library so i can use it. gonna test a newer mingw32 (building from source Wink) later, i can just say cross compiling devcoind is a HUGE mess, i even had to fix bugs in the sourcecode...

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November 27, 2012, 08:42:26 AM
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I can help with Windows build. I never built Bitcoin for Windows, but I've built a lot of other software. For example, recently I've made BitcoinArmory binaries via mingw on Windows.

Let's clarify:

Cross-compilation isn't a hard requirement, building on Windows is fine, right?

Do you prefer bitcoind, Bitcoin-Qt or both?

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November 27, 2012, 01:23:54 PM
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Woot, dvc price dip ftw, time to arbitrage and make some loot Smiley

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November 27, 2012, 01:24:18 PM
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November 27, 2012, 01:52:05 PM
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I can help with Windows build. I never built Bitcoin for Windows, but I've built a lot of other software. For example, recently I've made BitcoinArmory binaries via mingw on Windows.

Let's clarify:

Cross-compilation isn't a hard requirement, building on Windows is fine, right?

Do you prefer bitcoind, Bitcoin-Qt or both?

only devcoind is possible, codebase of bitcoin-qt dosnt work

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November 27, 2012, 02:13:44 PM
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and here we go! i had to fix a bug in mingw32 compiler env.

http://www.darkgamex.ch/devcoin/devcoind-Windows.zip

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EDIT: i made a zip with everything in it Wink

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November 27, 2012, 02:21:33 PM
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and here we go! i had to fix a bug in mingw32 compiler env.

http://www.darkgamex.ch/devcoin/devcoind.exe

have fun Smiley

Testing it now Smiley

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The program can't start because libcurl-4.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.

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November 27, 2012, 02:35:50 PM
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donwload this and put it in the same directory: http://www.darkgamex.ch/devcoin/libcurl-4.dll

and here comes the bundle: http://www.darkgamex.ch/devcoin/devcoind-Windows.zip

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Ok now I get The warning telling me to create devcoin.conf. which I just did but after creating it in the roaming file I get the same error each time as if I didnt add it.

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Ok now I get The warning telling me to create devcoin.conf. which I just did but after creating it in the roaming file I get the same error each time as if I didnt add it.
dont know where it is storing it on Winblows, should be same logic as BTC

EDIT: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Data_directory

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Ok now I get The warning telling me to create devcoin.conf. which I just did but after creating it in the roaming file I get the same error each time as if I didnt add it.
dont know where it is storing it on Winblows, should be same logic as BTC

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Warning: To use devcoind, you must set rpcpassword=(password)
in the configuration file: C:\Users\Whatever\AppData\Roaming\Devcoin\devoin.conf
If the file does not exist, create it with owner-readable-only file permissions.

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Ok now I get The warning telling me to create devcoin.conf. which I just did but after creating it in the roaming file I get the same error each time as if I didnt add it.
dont know where it is storing it on Winblows, should be same logic as BTC

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Warning: To use devcoind, you must set rpcpassword=(password)
in the configuration file: C:\Users\Whatever\AppData\Roaming\Devcoin\devoin.conf
If the file does not exist, create it with owner-readable-only file permissions.
then do it?

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November 27, 2012, 04:00:18 PM
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I did Tongue

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November 27, 2012, 04:05:11 PM
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then uve made something wrong obviously!
as a hack, set it on the command line.

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