what's the point of if (g_txindex) if g_txindex is never null ?
or I'll rephrase, what's the new way of "if (!fTxIndex)" ?
sorry, I'll figure it out
g_txindex should be null without -txindex?
jtimon: sorry, i didn't understand your question by missing that your second line was about fTxIndex and not g_txindex
I just got a ‘fTxIndex’ was not declared in this scope, greped and since I'm quite sure I didn't invented fTxIndex, I thought to ask, but I copied that fTxIndex from somewhere else and now I want ot know where I copied it from and what happened to that line. but git has all the anwers I'm looking for
in any case, g_txindex should be null when there is no index
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I'm really down the rabbithole on this qt functional test deadlock stuff -- do we have a way of programmatically capturing stacktraces? any aversion to adding libunwind as a dep when --enable-debug?
jamesob: You could debug locally in a trusty vm?
MarcoFalke: yep, am at the moment
can someone point me to where .cookie file went on master? Must have missed it.
it's there for me
do you have rpcuser/rpcpassword/rpcauth set?
ok, probably an issue between chair and keyboard