< hubud> help
< hubud> Sry - could anyone point me to the source file that contains the code for broadcasting transactions?
< echeveria> hubud: #bitcoin
< djty> who is a millionaire?
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] achow101 opened pull request #12101: Change walletpassphrase timeout to be an int32 and check its bounds (master...wallet-unlock-time-int32) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12101
< provoostenator_> I tried compiling on an Ubuntu 17.10 VM, rather than through the inception setup (Ubuntu inside Windows inside MacOS). The idea was to then copy the .exe file from the Ubuntu VM to the Windows 10 VM. No luck: https://gist.github.com/Sjors/a9a383175a6c00e126e090df61dd39e8 I'll try Ubuntu 14, since that clearly works with Gitian.
< sipa> provoostenator_: have you tried using the depemds system?
< provoostenator_> sipa: I think so, I basically followed the Windows build instructions.
< provoostenator_> Including "cd depends && make HOST=x86_64-w64-mingw32"
< sipa> ok
< provoostenator_> I got a lot further than with previous attemps.
< Lauda> provoostenator_: I tried this two weeks ago, just on ubuntu 16 and I couldn't get it to produce .exe either.
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] sipa pushed 2 new commits to master: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/compare/fd4ca17360e6...b3ecb7bab607
< bitcoin-git> bitcoin/master 73041c3 Gregory Sanders: RPC Docs: addmultisigaddress is intended for non-watchonly addresses
< bitcoin-git> bitcoin/master b3ecb7b Pieter Wuille: Merge #10677: RPC Docs: addmultisigaddress is intended for non-watchonly addresses...
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] sipa closed pull request #10677: RPC Docs: addmultisigaddress is intended for non-watchonly addresses (master...importmultiwatch) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/10677
< Lauda> Wanted to test the SegWit GUI, but didn't manage to get there.
< provoostenator_> Lauda: that's what I'm trying to do as well, make sure I didn't break things for Windows. Obviously there's less convoluted ways to achieve that, e.g. just ask someone with a windows computer :-)
< provoostenator_> But I find that these excursions often teach me new stuff or expose bugs.
< Lauda> Let me know if you succeed in building executables on Ubuntu please
< sipa> you can do a gitian build, no?
< provoostenator_> I haven't tried Gitian on my new machine yet, though I doubt there's anything special about it compared to my previous machine where I did do a few Gitian builds.
< provoostenator_> Ubuntu 14 isn't happy either. error: toolset gcc initialization: error: provided command 'i686-w64-mingw32-g++' not found (I did install g++-mingw-w64-x86-64, maybe a path issue?)
< provoostenator_> Also, in the windows instructions, are you sure mingw32 and mingw-w64 aren't confused under their respecitive 32-bit and 64-bit Windows sections?
< provoostenator_> (nvm the error, I used the wrong command)
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] MarcoFalke pushed 2 new commits to master: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/compare/b3ecb7bab607...45173fa6fca9
< bitcoin-git> bitcoin/master 7f67dd0 João Barbosa: [qa] Improve prioritisetransaction functional test
< bitcoin-git> bitcoin/master 45173fa MarcoFalke: Merge #12079: Improve prioritisetransaction test coverage...
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] MarcoFalke closed pull request #12079: Improve prioritisetransaction test coverage (master...2018-01-prioritisetransaction) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12079
< provoostenator_> Lauda: following Windows build instructions on a Ubuntu 14 VM on an iMac worked for me. Just launched bitcoin-qt.exe in my Windows VM!
< provoostenator_> Bit tedious to move files, but it works.
< Lauda> Very good. Let me know if it works on 16.
< provoostenator_> I won't try 16 or 17 again for now until I get some additional hints, or I gain more understanding of what's going on.
< provoostenator_> It's probably some trivial issue though.
< Lauda> Well, it looks like it is broken. Someone else should test as well.
< molz> Lauda, are you talking about the windows guide for bitcoin on Ubuntu 16? It works flawlessly for me
< Lauda> Huh..
< Lauda> try it with the latest code
< molz> oh that.. i haven't tried it then
< provoostenator_> molz lauda: the reason it might not work for me is because I used Ubuntu inside Windows 10 inside MacOS. You might have better luck with fewer layers.
< molz> i'm compiling the master on Ubuntu 16 on a VPS server atm
< ricardo_> hi
< Randolf> Hello ricardo_.
< Schwaro> Hello everybody! May I kindly ask somebody for help?
< provoostenator> Schwaro: ror help with Bitcoin in general, please use #bitcoin. For question about developing the Bitcoin Core wallet, you're in the right place.
< Schwaro> #bitcoin I am using bitcoin core and in october I have received some BTC transaction log says that there are more than 10k confirmations. After one month I tried to send some bitcoins but this transaction still says that it is in mem pool/unconfirmed. could you please advise?
< Schwaro> also my balance has changed to 0 a the remaining ammount after mentionod transaction is sayin that is waitin for confirmation
< provoostenator> Schwaro: you should ask in the channel #bitcoin, not here. This is a devlopment channel, not a support channel.
< Schwaro> provoostenator: ah, okay, thank you for advise. :)
< micwaski> JOIN
< micwaski> Hey how to start working with bitcoin core
< micwaski> anyone can tell me
< Chris_Stewart_5> micwaski: #bitcoin please
< micwaski> what ?
< Randolf> micwaski: You're being encouraged to join the #bitcoin channel to ask your question there. /join #bitcoin
< micwaski> as i said how to work with bitcoin core
< sipa> micwaski: look at the issue list, clone and compile the code, read through the developer guidelines, find something that iterests you, and work on it
< micwaski> #Sipa Thank you so much
< Lauda> provoostenator: Not necessarily. Just a standard Ubuntu VM here.
< micwaski> quit
< molz> Lauda, provoostenator i got the compiling done, will post screenshot on imgur, i had to "make clean" and start back from ./autogen.sh but it went thru fine
< Lauda> Could you write up the commands you used in exact order in pastebin?
< molz> Lauda, sure
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] Flowdalic opened pull request #12102: Apply hardening measurements in bitcoind systemd service file (master...systemd-hardening) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12102
< lisey> hey guys I'm looking forward to contribute to bitcoin-core code base
< lisey> I'm not really sure where to start
< lisey> I have no experience in c++ dev
< provoostenator> I setup my own BotBot instance, which now includes (for no particular reason): http://botbot.sprovoost.nl/log/bitcoin-core-dev/
< provoostenator> lisey: here's some possibilities: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/labels/good%20first%20issue If you don't know C++, I would just start with making very small changes that only touch a few lines of code. Also, just browse through the Github issues...