< xiedeacc_> 有没有中国人?
< xiedeacc_> can anybody give an block contain same coinbase trasaction
< xiedeacc_> how their come?
< xiedeacc_> how them come
< luke-jr> xiedeacc_: what?
< xiedeacc_> luke-jr: it's the coinbase transaction of both block 91722 and 91880
< xiedeacc_> have same coinbase transaction
< xiedeacc_> what made me confused, it's how them come
< phantomcircuit> xiedeacc_, they have no inputs and thus can be identical
< phantomcircuit> blocks now have the height in the coinbase
< phantomcircuit> and thus cannot be identical
< xiedeacc_> I this, what I want to know is how that happenend
< xiedeacc_> I know this
< phantomcircuit> xiedeacc_, not sure how that happened
< xiedeacc_> You can maliciously, or stupidly, create two transactions with the same ID. The easiest way is to mine two blocks and include in each one only a single transaction -- the coinbase transaction, with the same payout address, same payout amount, and the same coinbase.
< xiedeacc_> how to reply to a specific man?
< xiedeacc_> I use hexchat
< xiedeacc_> if I want to speak to a specifc man, need manual type his/her name
< achow101> xiedeacc_: it happens by mistake
< achow101> improperly written software
< echeveria> xiedeacc_: no you can’t due to bip34.
< luke-jr> xiedeacc_: you can have other transactions too
< phantomcircuit> echeveria, he's talking about the two transactions before bip34
< sipa> xiedeacc_: to reply to someone specifically just start by saying their name (like i'm doing now)
< xiedeacc_> sipa: get
< sipa> very good
< wumpus> achow101: just stumbled on https://github.com/achow101/payment-proto-interface, nice!
< wumpus> achow101: regarding that, do you have an idea how to handle cloudflare responses? it seems the most common complaint is that payment protocol is virtually unusable through tor because the payment protocol client will get a cloudflare captcha placeholder page instead
< sengehest> how up to date is the Bitcoin testnet protocol? Is the version the same as production?
< wumpus> yes
< Lightsword> wumpus, possible to do a browser extension interface for tor browser?
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] benhc123 opened pull request #12061: Update license dates (master...patch-8) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12061
< imnothreat> happy new year, folks!
< Randolf> Merry New Year!
< achow101> wumpus: it would probably have to throw it to a browser before continuing or somehow emulate a browser briefly
< achow101> wumpus: the problem with the protocol is that it requires a specific header before it sends you the payment request, but that header isn't something a browser will send, so you can't just open the link in a browser and grab it yourself
< Lightsword> achow101, would a browser extension be able to support the header?
< achow101> Lightsword: probably
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] akx20000a opened pull request #12062: Increment MIT Licence copyright header year on files modified in 2017 (master...2018) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12062
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] akx20000a opened pull request #12063: [Trivial] Update license year range to 2018 (master...2018-license) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12063
< meshcollider> 3 PRs already just to update license dates lol
< Chris_Stewart_5> meshcollider: Gotta get those commits!
< Chris_Stewart_5> cfields: Do you have an open pull request for building on travis with different gcc versions?