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Andreas Schildbach
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August 05, 2011, 06:39:49 PM
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Does anyone know how I can print a full debug of a transaction in the Satoshi client?

I've got an outgoing pending transaction, that's left pending for 3 weeks now AND it creates problems in my own client, so I'd like to debug print.

Related: Is there a testnet version of the pending transactions monitor at

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Start the client with the -debug command line option, then double-click the transaction.

As for your second question, I don't believe so, but things change so quickly here that I wouldn't be surprised if I turned out to be wrong.

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