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January 01, 2015, 05:06:41 PM
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Although I haven't played with that assembler tool myself perhaps try this instead:

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ADD @00000000 $00000001

Thanks, that worked and produced matching output.
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January 01, 2015, 05:09:16 PM
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Is there an easy way to run AT code independently of the blockchain?
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January 01, 2015, 05:25:18 PM
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Is there an easy way to run AT code independently of the blockchain?

Apart from using a "testnet" you could use the C++ prototype, however, it can only emulate API functions with appropriately provided test data (and doesn't implement the A and B 256 bit registers at this stage).

I agree that it would make things easier to have a better "emulator" for testing (but am unfortunately rather too busy at the moment to put a lot more effort into the C++ prototype).

Perhaps this is something that Burst could consider creating (having an Assembler tool is a great start as writing pure machine code is very time consuming).

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January 01, 2015, 05:30:09 PM
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Although I haven't played with that assembler tool myself perhaps try this instead:

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ADD @00000000 $00000001

Thanks, that worked and produced matching output.

Glad to know - I will make a note to update all the test cases (as many of the op codes are going to have the same issues). Unfortunately when the test cases were first created the precise syntax had not been worked out (am happy to see that burstdev has been very accurate to what had been intended). This was mostly an issue of the "list" output from the original C++ prototype and the Java version of that (rather than an issue with the specification itself).

The use of @ indicates a variable to be "assigned" whereas the use of $ indicates a variable to be "read" (of course @ could mean read and write but $ should never indicate write and normally the first variable will be the one to be assigned if there are two).

Creating a simple and consistent syntax for a "virtual CPU" is actually not so easy (as I discovered).

I will say that you are in good hands with the Burst developer as he has even corrected myself over inconsistencies with AT. Smiley

If you are keen to participate more with AT then feel free to make more direct contact with those involved to become "part of the team" (there is no intention to make ATs "too hard" but we are at the very start of creating tools to make that easier so I hope people can be tolerant while we work on making it more accessible).

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January 01, 2015, 06:46:23 PM
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any working web wallet?Huh
my offline wallet not syncing

wallet.burstcoin.io

that will do the trick Cheesy

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January 01, 2015, 07:36:55 PM
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any working web wallet?Huh
my offline wallet not syncing

wallet.burstcoin.io

that will do the trick Cheesy


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January 02, 2015, 01:48:29 AM
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there is no intention to make ATs "too hard" but we are at the very start of creating tools to make that easier so I hope people can be tolerant while we work on making it more accessible

The competition sets a very high bar.
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January 02, 2015, 03:40:08 AM
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True - but they are also trying to convince everyone to use their own browser (something we are not planning to do).

Also it should be noted that if we get GCC to do AT then you'll have every fancy tool you could ever want at your disposal.

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January 02, 2015, 03:47:51 AM
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True - but they are also trying to convince everyone to use their own browser (something we are not planning to do).


Stay away. Goldman Sachs is involved so that means co-opted by Banksters.

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January 02, 2015, 04:12:48 AM
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Also it should be noted that if we get GCC to do AT then you'll have every fancy tool you could ever want at your disposal.

That would be awesome.  Is anyone working  on that?  I was looking at the feasibility of an LLVM backend today, but decided it was probably too awkward because it's claimed here that the binary it produces for a minimal program is 10KB, and the current maximum code size for a burst AT (if I'm reading correctly from MAX_MACHINE_CODE_PAGES in AT_Constants.java) is 2.5K.  I am pretty clueless about compiler technology, though, would love to be wrong.  Does the machine code size depend on the backend you use?
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January 02, 2015, 04:19:00 AM
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Also it should be noted that if we get GCC to do AT then you'll have every fancy tool you could ever want at your disposal.

That would be awesome.  Is anyone working  on that?

Not as yet.

In regards to a minimum program size understand that things like "standard I/O" don't apply to AT so basically you would need to look at something closer to cross compiling I think (just like people creating programs for CPUs that don't have an OS - and note that at this stage there is not even a "heap").

Over time the plan is to extend the AT API to include more and more functionality to make it easier for standard systems such as GCC to work with it.

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January 02, 2015, 08:49:22 AM
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Hi, I have noticed that the pool doesn't pay me when I have accrued large share values. Last night I found a block in 5 seconds so was expecting a 1000+ burst payment that never came. also this thing happens with smaller payments too.

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January 02, 2015, 10:24:34 AM
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Hi, I have noticed that the pool doesn't pay me when I have accrued large share values. Last night I found a block in 5 seconds so was expecting a 1000+ burst payment that never came. also this thing happens with smaller payments too.

Would also help if you said which pool is in question here Smiley

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January 02, 2015, 10:26:37 AM
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lol sorry I thought this was the pool thread. (early poster). it burst.ga.

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January 02, 2015, 10:32:50 AM
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lol sorry I thought this was the pool thread. (early poster). it burst.ga.

Hmm, I'm not certain what is happening there. Since you found a block for the pool everything should've been in order.

I mine at burst.ga as well and haven't noticed such a problem.

Crowetic or irontiga will be more of help here, I'm just a noob Smiley

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January 02, 2015, 10:46:54 AM
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I got a payment for 256 burst but my share value on main page said 1125 burst. I was top of the list so should have been first paid

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January 02, 2015, 03:15:58 PM
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new burst network size record!!!
thi is really promising!!!

really much more of the low volumes on c-cex


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January 02, 2015, 06:02:41 PM
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-[BURST.GA POOL ANNOUNCEMENT and BETA TESTERs NEEDED for NEW POOL CODE!! PM ME! (I put this all here for people who don't like to read...)]-

Hello everyone!


This is the announcement of the new pool code coming into function on the burst network. I have hired a fantastic developer with the nick of 'catbref' who has been amazing. He has whipped up a completely new pool code from the ground up, not only for me, because I requested it, but also for the miners of BURST, to give them more variety and choices of where to mine, and settings. It will be great!

So, what we need from you now, is this!!

1. I am going to need a group of beta testers. This group of beta testers will be the closed beta group for the second pool server, which will eventually be turned into burst.ga's EU pool cousin. This group will have direct access to tell the dev what they would like to see, any issues, and ideas for improvement, or whatever they want to suggest!

2. The beta testers will need to have an account at www.burstforum.com as that is where the conversation about the beta test will go down. So, what you will need to do, if you don't have an account at burstforum already, and you want to get involved in the closed beta, go make an account there, and let me know your account name when you PM me to let me know you want to be part of the beta group.

3. That's pretty  much it for the beta test group, just send me a PM and let me know that you'd like to be part of the closed beta group, and I will provide you with the server IP and reward assignment account for the pool once the closed beta is starting.



The future of http://burst.ga and ByteEnterprises pools



(ByteEnterprises is what Irontiga and I call our venture, in case you weren't aware of that. We have a really great team of people working with us, and we will give you more information on ByteEnterprises once we do the asset changes and things that are going down right now in the background.)


1. burst.ga, as it is currently, will cease (in favor of new code). Once the new code is up and running, and we've gone from closed beta to open beta, and everything seems to be working as it should, we will be shutting the server for burst.ga down, updating the code, and putting it back up as the new coded pool, it will be the US burst.ga pool, just as it is now, but with the new code.
2. We will be doing the closed beta of the new code.
3. We will move the closed beta into an open beta. The open beta server will be an EU dedicated server.
4. Once we have finished all of our beta testing, we will be moving all pools to the new code, (well, both, not 'all',) and running happily off into the sunset.


Cheesy
So, another thing I want everyone to know...


BURST for the win!

Sorry, not just that, but also...

we will have more stats, more features, and more awesomeness than other pools. We will be setting up the two pools to work better for different sized miners, with more stats for them and super badass awesomeness.

The new code can already estimate the "hashpower" AKA size of a miner, and divides the shares in a sweet visual aspect, and I'm sure everyone will enjoy the capabilities of the new code.
Also, my closed beta testers will have access to the developer directly in the convo that I will start on burstforum, and they will be able to make suggestions of changes, additions, etc. As well as give their experience on the pool, and what they think were issues. So we can work together with the dev to fix everything and take care of any issues.

Thanks and happy new year to all! 2015, the YEAR OF BURST!



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January 02, 2015, 06:29:30 PM
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I rewrited big part of my Burst mining summary.
It should be usable for all miners, including those switching between solo and pools.
You can view your reward assignment history in simple table now.
I will be working on it more, as I can find some spare time :0)
hope some of you find it bit useful..


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January 02, 2015, 07:09:29 PM
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Ok so I have about 4 drives currently plotted and about 6 more to go. Just want to make sure im doing this correctly

When plotting a drive should i start each drive at nonce 0 or pickup where the last drive ended?

for example should i be doing
Drive 1: Nonce 0 - 800000 Drive 2: Nonce 800001 - 1600000 Drive 3: Nonce 1600001 - 2400000
Or
Drive 1: Nonce 0 - 800000 Drive 2: Nonce 0 - 800000 Drive 3: Nonce 0 - 800000

Please im concerened i might be doing this wrong as i have a 1 TB Plot on a different computer that has been Getting better payouts then my Currently 10TB's Machine
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