< tulip> petertodd: "help I removed the sticker and my wallet is empty".
< dcousens> jonasschnelli: stranger things have happened :P
< dcousens> But sure, in any case, the intention was clear, I haven't tested it, therefore, utACK, you're right in that it has close-to no meaning in this case, but, its consistent
< dcousens> anywya.
< MarcoFalke> Would it make sense to have a quick-rescan option which only rescans the utxoset?
< MarcoFalke> I don't care about transactions in 2009, but I want my current balance and only the relevant transactions to spend coins through non-rawtx api.
< Luke-Jr> MarcoFalke: internally, it would be nice if the UTXO set had a way to iterate over entries..
< Luke-Jr> at the very least, we could use that to implement a sweepprivkey
< sipa> Luke-Jr: agree
< sipa> MarcoFalke: unsure... i dislike breaking existing invariants in the wallet (that it contains all relevant transactions)
< GitHub158> [bitcoin] MarcoFalke opened pull request #7274: [debian] Bump manpages and only mention -? (master...MarcoFalke-2015-debianManpages) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/7274
< GitHub59> [bitcoin] sipa opened pull request #7276: Report non-mandatory script failures correctly (master...nonmanrep) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/7276
< MarcoFalke> Luke-Jr, I'd rather have no man page instead of some outdated one.
< MarcoFalke> Note that none of the DEFAULT_ value changes got in there
< MarcoFalke> Not to mention the countless fixes to the help message
< Luke-Jr> MarcoFalke: note I didn't suggest an outdated one..
< Luke-Jr> it shouldn't be that hard to write a Python script that translates -? to a manpage
< Luke-Jr> hm, do we currently require Python to build?
< MarcoFalke> I plan to write a python script that makes travis fail if there are missing args in the help text
< Luke-Jr> missing args?
< Luke-Jr> I don't see any Python outside of tests. I guess that's in some ways good, but might complicate manpage generation
< MarcoFalke> > missing args?
< MarcoFalke> -rpccookiefile, et al
< MarcoFalke> I guess someone needs to run the Python from time to time... Or place it in the debian folder and mention it in the Readme?
< Luke-Jr> would be nicer to generate it during the build