The balance is there, looks spendable. Received from in Transactions shows an empty label
Coin control shows nothing though.
With the help of folks in the NetBSD community, I can now compile bitcoind (and friends) in NetBSD 7.0 after making a few minor changes to 2 files. I also added one "doc" file which provides build instructions. Since I'm new to GitHub and this is my first contribution to bitcoin, I want to make
sure that I don't proceed incorrectly. Do I just create a new Pull Request so that peer-review can commence, or does peer-review come first? (2 files have minor changes, and 1 new file containing instructions was added for NetBSD users.) Thanks in advance.
Randolf: unless you're very unsure about the approach, i suggest you just open a PR
sipa: Okay, I assume PR is short of Pull Request, and not Problem Report?
Hi! listunspent returns a list of UTXOs and some of them have an amount of 0. Weird. I thought I could use coin control to get rid of those UTXOs but looks like the feature uses UTXOs with amount > 0. How can I clean those UTXOs? Thanks!
meshcollider, I should have said "surprising" instead of weird. :) Well, displaying 0 value UTXOs is expected, but creating them is surprising, I wonder what's the point of having 0 value UTXOs. Now is it possible to used them as inputs? I'll try that tomorrow. :) Thanks!
meshcollider, oh and thanks for the PR number, I'll have a look at it. :)
kexkey: yeah I think the PR describes why better than i can
I expected it to be 'network info', as in information about the network, not information about *your* network :)
BlueMatt: whoops, missed your ping yesterday. Yes, I need to do my next round of rebasing/PR for the libevent stuff.
sipa: out of curiosity... It looks like dns servers pretty much ignore the port provided in the query, but are free to filter based on it. What was the reasoning for using subdomains rather than plugging it in there?
mm, I suppose that would break caching/ttl