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January 01, 2015, 02:47:19 AM
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2.9.2 was released April 2012. might want to try a newer version. I've been using 2.11.2.

Thanks.  It runs without error with 2.11.2 (and .4, the latest version) but produces no output, even with garbage files.  Here is what I was testing it on recently.  Is it correct?

Code:
00000000* SET @00000000 #0000000000000000
0000000d  SET @00000001 #0000000000000001
0000001a  SET @00000002 #0000000000000002
00000027  SET @00000003 #0000000000000003
00000034  SET @00000004 #0000000000000004
00000041  SET @00000005 #0000000000000005
0000004e  SET @00000006 #0000000000000006
0000005b  SET @00000007 #0000000000000007
00000068  SET @00000008 #0000000000000008
00000075  SET @00000009 #0000000000000009
00000082  SET @0000000a #000000000000000a
0000008f  SET @0000000b #000000000000000b
0000009c  SET @0000000c #000000000000000c
000000a9  SET @0000000d #000000000000000d
000000b6  SET @0000000e #000000000000000e
000000c3  SET @0000000f #000000000000000f
000000d0  ADD @00000000 @00000001
000000d9  ADD @00000001 @00000002
000000e2  ADD @00000002 @00000003
000000eb  ADD @00000003 @00000004
000000f4  ADD @00000004 @00000005
000000fd  ADD @00000005 @00000006
00000106  ADD @00000006 @00000007
0000010f  ADD @00000007 @00000008
00000118  ADD @00000008 @00000009
00000121  ADD @00000009 @0000000a
0000012a  ADD @0000000a @0000000b
00000133  ADD @0000000b @0000000c
0000013c  ADD @0000000c @0000000d
00000145  ADD @0000000d @0000000e
0000014e  ADD @0000000e @0000000f
00000157  FIN

The code is correct. But if you want to pass it through the assembler to get the final machine code you need to remove the first column ( 00000000*, 0000000d etc )

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January 01, 2015, 02:52:56 AM
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The code is correct. But if you want to pass it through the assembler to get the final machine code you need to remove the first column ( 00000000*, 0000000d etc )

Oh, I tried it that way too.  Same result.

Code:
% ~/alien/scala-2.11.2/bin/scala ATAssembler.scala tst.s
% ls -a
.  ..  ATAssembler.scala  tst.s
% head -5 tst.s
SET @00000000 #0000000000000000
SET @00000001 #0000000000000001
SET @00000002 #0000000000000002
SET @00000003 #0000000000000003
SET @00000004 #0000000000000004
%

Thought it might be an interaction with the system-installed 2.9 version, but removing that didn't help.
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January 01, 2015, 03:50:28 AM
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Oh, it's the way I'm invoking it.  You have to compile the file first, or it does something inscrutable with stdout.  Still not sure it's behaving correctly, though.

Code:
lap% ~/alien/scala-2.11.2/bin/scalac ATAssembler.scala
lap% ~/alien/scala-2.11.2/bin/scala ATAssembler tst.s
Unknown: ADD @00000000 @00000001
Unknown: ADD @00000001 @00000002
Unknown: ADD @00000002 @00000003
Unknown: ADD @00000003 @00000004
Unknown: ADD @00000004 @00000005
Unknown: ADD @00000005 @00000006
Unknown: ADD @00000006 @00000007
Unknown: ADD @00000007 @00000008
Unknown: ADD @00000008 @00000009
Unknown: ADD @00000009 @0000000a
Unknown: ADD @0000000a @0000000b
Unknown: ADD @0000000b @0000000c
Unknown: ADD @0000000c @0000000d
Unknown: ADD @0000000d @0000000e
Unknown: ADD @0000000e @0000000f
01000000000000000000000000010100000001000000000000000102000000020000000000000001030000000300000000000000010400000004000000000000000105000000050000000000000001060000000600000000000000010700000007000000000000000108000000080000000000000001090000000900000000000000010a0000000a00000000000000010b0000000b00000000000000010c0000000c00000000000000010d0000000d00000000000000010e0000000e00000000000000010f0000000f0000000000000028
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January 01, 2015, 04:28:15 AM
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Oh, it's the way I'm invoking it.  You have to compile the file first, or it does something inscrutable with stdout.  Still not sure it's behaving correctly, though.

Code:
lap% ~/alien/scala-2.11.2/bin/scalac ATAssembler.scala
Unknown: ADD @00000000 @00000001

Although I haven't played with that assembler tool myself perhaps try this instead:

Code:
ADD @00000000 $00000001

(I've just noticed that the test case listings are different to when I use the current C++ prototype)

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January 01, 2015, 12:03:43 PM
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looking through the logfiles of Blago's miner I found 2 interesting entries:

stat-log.csv:

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx,48695,3893490,17 ( However blockexplorer says it took 4.72 mins to solve and Generator is BURST-2A99-N2WF-BPY5-FHMF6 <-- not me )
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx,48628,2166197,538 ( However blockexplorer says it took 18.10 mins to solve and Generator is BURST-F4J9-MESK-VDX5-8DM2T <-- not me )

according to my logfiles content, both deadlines were confirmed, yet I didn't get these blocks

what does this mean?  anyone have weird stuff in logs like this?

someone could write a tool that accepts blago miner's "stat-log.csv" and compares against blockchain to single out strange entries like these 2 I found manually
http://burstcoin.eu/ or https://bchain.info/BURST/tools/ could be good spots for this analyzer

Try my little tool (AutoIt script): https://yadi.sk/d/jlbEbj73djZRK



How it works:
1) Open Blago-miner`s "stat-log.csv"
2) Read best deadlines from every line
3) Compare it with blockchain data (Burst daemon API - "http://localhost:8125/burst?requestType=getBlock&height="&$blockHeight)
4) Write and execute "results.txt"

Now there`s two types of behavior:
1) write only if your best deadline is less then blockchain data
2) write all (append blockchain data to every line for further analysis)

Sample log and source included.

P.S. you can close working script by right-clicking tray icon.

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January 01, 2015, 01:33:07 PM
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Hello All.

Does anyone have non java miner for ARM cpu? i tried to compile dcct's c miner for Linux but no success...

Thanx!
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January 01, 2015, 01:36:44 PM
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Hello All.

Does anyone have non java miner for ARM cpu? i tried to compile dcct's c miner for Linux but no success...

Thanx!
replace the shabal.s file with the one for the arm platform.
the url for the shabal.s file is mentioned in the source.
worked for me fine.

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January 01, 2015, 01:37:07 PM
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any working web wallet?Huh
my offline wallet not syncing

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January 01, 2015, 02:21:49 PM
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any working web wallet?Huh
my offline wallet not syncing

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January 01, 2015, 03:41:25 PM
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Is this ok ?

Code:
Using eu.burstcoin.io port 8126

Could not get mining info from Node. Will retry..
0 MB read/0 GB total/deadline 28692897211s (28692897179s left)
New block 51183, basetarget 1602615

Could not get mining info from Node. Will retry..
0 MB read/0 GB total/deadline 26926532562s (26926532536s left)
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January 01, 2015, 04:31:49 PM
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Hello All.

Does anyone have non java miner for ARM cpu? i tried to compile dcct's c miner for Linux but no success...

Thanx!
replace the shabal.s file with the one for the arm platform.
the url for the shabal.s file is mentioned in the source.
worked for me fine.

callmejack thank you for your advice but i cannot find the url now...

found it must be here i think http://www.shabal.com/?p=213#more-213

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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:

Code:
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:

Code:
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


tnx mate

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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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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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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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