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The "Address Key Information" dialog box that shows private keys in various formats is missing QR code format.
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April 01, 2014, 07:56:14 PM
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Another strange  thing with armoryd:

We are importing to SQL the Ledger entries.
And we have detected that getledger... returns some entries duplicated.

we identify the entries by "ledger_i" which is the i variable of the loop. We added it to the json
so for further requests we know from which to which to ask for.

example entries which are getting duplicated:
Code:
{
    "comment": "",
    "direction": "send",
    "blockhash": "000000007a11632e1040b5c69a67540afab6a128a42e679431952c22a650dcaa",
    "txtime": 1396375900,
    "txsize": 471,
    "firstrecip": "mzWQrn4wAtNRZ1fycxHEFJ3wpMb4NbAa34",
    "confirmations": 5,
    "netdiff": -0.0026,
    "senderme": [
      {
        "amount": 0.72,
        "address": "n3xPuVEjXswDZYGxTUXq9BKxSYt72DjHKo"
      },
      {
        "amount": 1.3,
        "address": "n3xPuVEjXswDZYGxTUXq9BKxSYt72DjHKo"
      }
    ],
    "fee": 0.0001,
    "recipme": [
      {
        "amount": 0.4975,
        "address": "mwdHoRamUYDT1r3wq5mXCXqYfqpSKoifrq"
      },
      {
        "amount": 1.5199,
        "address": "n3xPuVEjXswDZYGxTUXq9BKxSYt72DjHKo"
      }
    ],
    "blocktime": 1396375900,
    "txid": "3d7b98a70a9ef1f87d4c95a4fdd25e324a75d399e321f5b138858a03416869cb",
    "wallet": "2pEQ4Bqu8",
    "amount": 0.0025,
    "recipother": [
      {
        "amount": 0.0025,
        "address": "mzWQrn4wAtNRZ1fycxHEFJ3wpMb4NbAa34"
      }
    ],
    "changerecip": "mwdHoRamUYDT1r3wq5mXCXqYfqpSKoifrq",
    "senderother": [],
    "ledger_i": 47
  },
  {
    "comment": "",
    "direction": "send",
    "blockhash": "000000007a11632e1040b5c69a67540afab6a128a42e679431952c22a650dcaa",
    "txtime": 1396375900,
    "txsize": 471,
    "firstrecip": "mzWQrn4wAtNRZ1fycxHEFJ3wpMb4NbAa34",
    "confirmations": 5,
    "netdiff": -0.0026,
    "senderme": [
      {
        "amount": 0.72,
        "address": "n3xPuVEjXswDZYGxTUXq9BKxSYt72DjHKo"
      },
      {
        "amount": 1.3,
        "address": "n3xPuVEjXswDZYGxTUXq9BKxSYt72DjHKo"
      }
    ],
    "fee": 0.0001,
    "recipme": [
      {
        "amount": 0.4975,
        "address": "mwdHoRamUYDT1r3wq5mXCXqYfqpSKoifrq"
      },
      {
        "amount": 1.5199,
        "address": "n3xPuVEjXswDZYGxTUXq9BKxSYt72DjHKo"
      }
    ],
    "blocktime": 1396375900,
    "txid": "3d7b98a70a9ef1f87d4c95a4fdd25e324a75d399e321f5b138858a03416869cb",
    "wallet": "2pEQ4Bqu8",
    "amount": 0.0025,
    "recipother": [
      {
        "amount": 0.0025,
        "address": "mzWQrn4wAtNRZ1fycxHEFJ3wpMb4NbAa34"
      }
    ],
    "changerecip": "mwdHoRamUYDT1r3wq5mXCXqYfqpSKoifrq",
    "senderother": [],
    "ledger_i": 48
  }

and this is the more readable version:

Code:
   amount: 0.0025
    blockDateTime: {01/04/2014 20:11:40}
    blockhash: "000000007a11632e1040b5c69a67540afab6a128a42e679431952c22a650dcaa"
    blocktime: 1396375900
    changerecip: "mwdHoRamUYDT1r3wq5mXCXqYfqpSKoifrq"
    comment: ""
    confirmations: 5
    direction: "send"
    fee: 0.0001
    firstrecip: "mzWQrn4wAtNRZ1fycxHEFJ3wpMb4NbAa34"
    ledger_i: 47
    netdiff: -0.0026
    recipme: Count = 2
    recipother: Count = 1
    senderme: Count = 2
    senderother: Count = 0
    txDateTime: {01/04/2014 20:11:40}
    txid: "3d7b98a70a9ef1f87d4c95a4fdd25e324a75d399e321f5b138858a03416869cb"
    txsize: 471
    txtime: 1396375900
    wallet: "2pEQ4Bqu8"


    amount: 0.0025
    blockDateTime: {01/04/2014 20:11:40}
    blockhash: "000000007a11632e1040b5c69a67540afab6a128a42e679431952c22a650dcaa"
    blocktime: 1396375900
    changerecip: "mwdHoRamUYDT1r3wq5mXCXqYfqpSKoifrq"
    comment: ""
    confirmations: 5
    direction: "send"
    fee: 0.0001
    firstrecip: "mzWQrn4wAtNRZ1fycxHEFJ3wpMb4NbAa34"
    ledger_i: 48
    netdiff: -0.0026
    recipme: Count = 2
    recipother: Count = 1
    senderme: Count = 2
    senderother: Count = 0
    txDateTime: {01/04/2014 20:11:40}
    txid: "3d7b98a70a9ef1f87d4c95a4fdd25e324a75d399e321f5b138858a03416869cb"
    txsize: 471
    txtime: 1396375900
    wallet: "2pEQ4Bqu8"

For us there is no problem as we can identify the duplicated entries and just ignore them when importing them.
The question is:

Is there some other impact / risk with duplicated entries internally?
Like SelectCoins, Balance stuff, etc?

I dont want to be hateful with that bug reports, I just want to help to identify errors.


Best regards!
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April 01, 2014, 07:59:20 PM
 #3483

Another strange  thing with armoryd:

We are importing to SQL the Ledger entries.
And we have detected that getledger... returns some entries duplicated.

we identify the entries by "ledger_i" which is the i variable of the loop. We added it to the json
so for further requests we know from which to which to ask for.

example entries which are getting duplicated:
Code:
...

and this is the more readable version:

Code:
...

For us there is no problem as we can identify the duplicated entries and just ignore them when importing them.
The question is:

Is there some other impact / risk with duplicated entries internally?
Like SelectCoins, Balance stuff, etc?

I dont want to be hateful with that bug reports, I just want to help to identify errors.


Best regards!

Is this with 0.90.99.5?  We had a bug-fix snafu to make 0.90.99.5 and actually broke some ledger code that was leading to some missing, and some duplicated ledger entries.  That might be what you're seeing.  This should be fixed in .6+

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April 01, 2014, 08:15:17 PM
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Yes it is in 0.90.99.5

But ocurred before (some days ago as far as I can remember)
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April 01, 2014, 08:23:23 PM
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Yes it is in 0.90.99.5

But ocurred before (some days ago as far as I can remember)

Did it ever happen with 0.90? The same ledger snafu in .5 is present in .4

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April 01, 2014, 08:28:24 PM
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I am using the dev-branch 0.91 since february. (and 0.90 was not really in testing mode never on my envoirement)
As now I am not sure if it ocurred since 0.90.99.5, the previous version which was deployed was 0.90.99.2
Next time I will note better this small details.  Undecided
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April 06, 2014, 07:37:47 PM
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Could someone tell me where to get the signed hash for the Mac version of 0.91?  It seems to be missing from the download page.

Thanks

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April 06, 2014, 07:41:53 PM
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Could someone tell me where to get the signed hash for the Mac version of 0.91?  It seems to be missing from the download page.

Thanks

roy

Sorry, my new release script forgot to pull it from the offline computer.  It will be posted to the website shortly.  Until then:

https://s3.amazonaws.com/bitcoinarmory-media/armory_0.91-beta_sha256.txt.asc

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April 06, 2014, 08:13:59 PM
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Thanks for the quick response, Alan!  Signature and hash verify fine.

Thanks again

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April 07, 2014, 06:59:33 AM
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I don't see a Linux version for 0.91 yet.  Also is there any compelling reason to update Armory on my offline computer (currently running 0.90).
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April 08, 2014, 12:54:46 PM
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Do Armory users need to stop using and/or upgrade any files in regard to heartbleed?
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April 08, 2014, 10:35:08 PM
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Do Armory users need to stop using and/or upgrade any files in regard to heartbleed?

Nope!  Armory actually uses Crypto++, not OpenSSL.  Though even if we did, offline computers would be unaffected (as far I can tell from the little I've read about -- I've been at a conference all day and haven't had time to dig into the specifics of the heartbleed stuff).

Speaking of the conference, check this out -- I was on Bloomberg TV!

http://www.businessweek.com/videos/2014-04-07/why-are-people-so-excited-about-bitcoin

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April 09, 2014, 01:02:10 AM
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Will you be using the new announcements feature to prompt people to upgrade to 0.9.1 now that is out? I am not using any parts of Bitcoin Core that are effected and would like to see it work, so I am willing to wait a couple of days for the update.
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April 09, 2014, 07:23:56 AM
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I downloaded the version 0.88 of Armory, and it automatically updated to "Armory 0.90-beta". It runs with BitcoinQT 0.8.6.  Would it improve my system to download Bitcoin Core?? If so, i have to uninstall completely Bitcoin QT and then download BitcoinCore, is that correct? Would Armory be affected, as it has been synchronized with BitcoinQT and not Bitcoin Core? Maybe i will have to uninstall and install again Armory?
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April 09, 2014, 12:23:05 PM
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Hi,

the link on the armory website to the 64bit version of 0.91-beta for Ubuntu also points to the 32bit version. Maybe this should be fixed... :-)

Best,
 chris

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April 09, 2014, 05:02:30 PM
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Do Armory users need to stop using and/or upgrade any files in regard to heartbleed?

Nope!  Armory actually uses Crypto++, not OpenSSL. 

exactly the information I was looking for

thank you for the clarification

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April 12, 2014, 05:09:33 PM
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Hi!

Is there some function (which I dont find at this moment in the armoryengine) where to check for a Input
if its "redeemed" or "Not yet redeemed"?

some function around which we can implement to armoryd?

(the point is we have some transactions, just a few, which are not getting to the bitcoin network, and it seems that sometimes
armoryd is spending some inputs which are not yet in the network, or at least which are not listed in the blockchain)

thats why I am asking for the redeemed and not yet redeemed funcionality.

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April 12, 2014, 05:15:50 PM
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Try the --nospendzeroconfchange switch to prevent that. Otherwise check the amount on of confirmations the transactions has, or the block it was mined in.

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April 12, 2014, 05:18:03 PM
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Is there some function (which I dont find at this moment in the armoryengine) where to check for a Input
if its "redeemed" or "Not yet redeemed"?
some function around which we can implement to armoryd?
(the point is we have some transactions, just a few, which are not getting to the bitcoin network, and it seems that sometimes
armoryd is spending some inputs which are not yet in the network, or at least which are not listed in the blockchain)
thats why I am asking for the redeemed and not yet redeemed funcionality.

Look for getUnspentTxOutsForAddr160List in armoryengine\Transaction.py. There are a lot of options, and as Goat Pig mentioned you can use --nospendzeroconfchange command line argument.
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Ok perfect will have a look into it.

Have you already some date in prevision when to start with revision of armoryd?
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