< gwillen> I'm interested if anybody knows anything about issues with QT repaints not always happening when needed on OS X
< gwillen> e.g. in 0.17 on OS X if I click 'Use available balance' the amount field does not repaint until I click in it, or switch apps and switch back, or do something else to trigger a repaint
< gwillen> and I'm seeing the same thing in code I'm writing (a button in a dialog not repainting to gray when I disable it programmatically, unless I switch apps and switch back)
< gwillen> achow101: what is the purpose of all the business with txconst in fillpsbt? It says something about preventing rehashing but I just don't see it.
< gwillen> you never call GetHash on it, or do anything with it that would call GetHash to be called on it
< achow101> gwillen: that is probably from something I copy-pasted from elsewhere
< gwillen> ha, ok
< gwillen> I am probably going to do some refactoring
< gwillen> along with the stuff I'm working on
< achow101> gwillen: oh, that was probably from the original version of psbt where the unsigned tx would be modified when signatures were completed
< gwillen> ahhhhh, *nods*
< provoostenator> gwillen: I regularly review, or at least test, QT/GUI PR's too, just tag me on Github
< provoostenator> "Repaint" bugs would be useful to have Github tickets for. It could indicate a deeper problem than just a glitch.
< gwillen> cool, thanks provoostenator
< gwillen> let me double-check that the one I didn't cause myself, already happens in the official release binary, and if so I will file it accordingly
< provoostenator> wumpus wrote "provoostenator: sure, tagged", in reference to what?
< gwillen> the one I did cause, I can't find any reason that it could possibly happen, as the object that's not painting itself is a stock ordinary QPushButton, which is sort of troubling
< gwillen> provoostenator: uhm, hm. It does it when I build it myself at the tag v0.17.0, but not when I run the release binary downloaded from bitcoin.org.
< gwillen> that is very mysterious to me
< promag> provoostenator: that was for me
< provoostenator> gwillen: that's very possible. Please make a Github ticket, and make sure to mention your macOS version, QT version (probably the issue), whether you used homebrew or the depends system.
< grey-jacket> Hi every one.
< grey-jacket> Does someone has experience with having thousands of accounts with 1 watch only address each?
< grey-jacket> Is it scalable?
< grey-jacket> Or maybe 2 addresses
< grey-jacket> I see this is the wrong channel, but messages to #bitcoin don't go out
< echeveria> grey-jacket: #bitcoin is not restricted in any way, ask there.
< rafalcpp> echeveria: he is not registered user
< echeveria> #bitcoin is not +r, it does not require registration.
< echeveria> that should be fixed. I didn't realise the mute was in place.
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] jnewbery opened pull request #14468: [WIP] [wallet] Deprecate generate RPC method (master...deprecate_generate) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/14468
< meshcollider> wumpus: I think #14291 is RTM
< gribble> https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues/14291 | wallet: Add ListWalletDir utility function by promag · Pull Request #14291 · bitcoin/bitcoin · GitHub
< AlgentBV> folks, someone told me about compression that's better than gzip 3 weeks ago. I forgot the project name
< AlgentBV> So the next logical part was to get PORTD into a variable.
< AlgentBV> stop whatever else you're doing and learn the definitions
< AlgentBV> its the server then?
< AlgentBV> yeah, good luck with your distro of one. everyone else will end up on Android or Fuchsia
< promag> thanks meshcollider
< Zx3Si> the 0201 parts look even closer to dust
< Zx3Si> but i dunno
< Zx3Si> bipul: achieves the output you want, but my guess is it's not what you want diff -u file1 file2 | awk "NR>3" | grep -E "Header|^-|^\+" | sed -r 's|^.||'
< Zx3Si> i never said the stdlib is complete. i just said <Eelis> for quick debug print statements i find typing cout << "x = " << x << '\n'; pretty managable
< Zx3Si> fred1807: I think that make NATIVE_BUILD=1 is somehow magically better, but I don't recall why make does that
< molz> Zx3Si, wrong channel
< GeekDudeJU> not the semicolon, but yes
< GeekDudeJU> nachoes: yes. RAID 1 + regular backups. makes sense.
< meshcollider> What is this, some new form of spam?
< molz> looks like it, yes
< harding> meshcollider: I think so. I think it might because +R was dropped from the channel mode a few days ago.
< promag> jnewbery: do you think we should mention the version a RPC is going to be removed?
< promag> could we allow some deprecations to span 2 or more releases?
< ryugen> Engineers: 3 is prime, 5 is prime, 7 is prime, 9 is prime, 11 is prime... all odd numbers are prime.
< ryugen> ⅿഠⅿ іѕ not dοing Aⅼⅼаh ⅰs dοing
< ryugen> but it doesntwork so wel
< trevor_syu> maybe that was natural, the universe needed plastic and low and behold plastic!
< trevor_syu> or comptia linux+ ?
< trevor_syu> hey question about using a Github account within a terminal. So I made a directory for my github account and want to clone the repository from my current machine into my git hub account
< Sleepy63GF> Or btrfs mounted with compression.
< Sleepy63GF> if realloc fails it returns NULL and the input pointer is still valid
< Guest53000> pingfloyd: Triffid_Hunter ][_R_][ I have tons of them too. I have my rigid dotfiles. I love my linux life :-). I will try the aliasing suggestion and get back to let you know if our `team work` worked. :-)
< Guest53000> more than a few, a plethora ;P
< Guest53000> Kryczek: the risk is when you have a large legacy network and you might not know what is connected to it and where
< umbSublimehl> looks like love to me
< umbSublimehl> then again alot less people use linux compared to those
< umbSublimehl> CMF: you don’t, you use a tape measure or ruler ;)
< hybryd_> so i just did a table and when i brought the csv into the table, it gave me an error “invalid input syntax for type date: “ “
< hybryd_> it makes starting chats easy, but everything else is horrible
< bomanVS> git submodules update did not work since it pulled things from "superproject" or whatever
< bomanVS> since they’re already using arrays for the transmission gates...
< bomanVS> A think you can do in R, anyhow, is: for each positive epsilon, there are two open sets U, V so that the measure of U cap V is at most epsilon, and \bar{U} = \bar{V}.
< achow101> wtf is this spam? Can someone set +r on the channel?
< gmaxwell> achow101: just ignore it, it's harmless and it'll stop. The only apparent motivation for it is forcing +r on the channel.
< AdeonND> Mosley187: You are here in #fedora-unregistered because you are not registered or identified with freenode. See https://freenode.net/kb/answer/registration or /msg nickserv help register for more information.
< AdeonND> utonet
< AdeonND> maret: the state you tell it to be at
< AdeonND> i beg you
< AdeonND> Dagmar: how to weasel into each system despite nobody wanting him to
< ValodimpI> 「“Robotics Skins” turn everyday objects into robots - YouTube」
< ValodimpI> worth a shot
< ValodimpI> remap is softwarebased and such controllers can remap internally
< kevank> coffee
< kevank> pavonia: Okay, here's another way to think of it.
< kevank> sry i know its no ones job to teach me to computer, just hoping someone is feeling magnanimous. doing a find . "*bin" from /home/zeb/irssi-1-1-1/ shows a /perl/ folder but thats it
< jnewbery> promag: yes, the version the RPC will be removed in should be in the warning text and the release notes when the RPC is deprecated. See https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/14468/files for example
< sipa> gmaxwell: i wouldn't call it harmless
< gmaxwell> better than irritating trolls that go through +r fine though.
< phantomcircuit> gmaxwell, can you take a look at #14335
< gribble> https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues/14335 | net: refactor: cleanup ThreadSocketHandler by pstratem · Pull Request #14335 · bitcoin/bitcoin · GitHub
< phantomcircuit> it should all be just refactoring
< phantomcircuit> no logic changes now
< gmaxwell> phantomcircuit: sure!
< phantomcircuit> gmaxwell, thank you
< sipa> phantomcircuit: that looks great regardless
< sipa> breaking up those giant functions
< phantomcircuit> sipa, my goal was to do exactly that, have a nice refactor pr which can stand on it's own from the poll() pr
< goezbk> it's like tongue
< goezbk> Hindent does something weird if I try to define a data constructor like (:-|) or w/e, since it strips the brackets and makes it be an error. Is there a way I can tell it to stop doing that?
< goezbk> The current block height is 1,658,259. Difficulty is 65,721,720,982. Hashrate is 547.68 Mh/s.
< goezbk> daurnimator, xread has also nf ?
< goezbk> now coming hear lotuspsychje pointed out that there has been a vulnerability in samba and asking for uname-a
< gwillen> gmaxwell: I find it more irritating because I have to read several lines before I realize it's nonsense :-P
< gwillen> provoostenator: thanks, filed https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues/14469
< gwillen> let me know if you want more details
< sipa> jonasschnelli: could you test #14415 ?
< gribble> https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues/14415 | watch only multisig scripts require pubkeys to be imported to flag them solvable · Issue #14415 · bitcoin/bitcoin · GitHub
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] mrwhythat opened pull request #14470: [WIP] RPC method 'encodescript' (master...encodescript-rpc) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/14470