what's the smallest possible transaction someone can construct? I guess the smallest is spending a utxo that has OP_TRUE, with an empty scriptSig, and no outputs. (means: version(4)+ txInCount(1) + TxIn(prevout(36)+script_length(1)+script(0)+nSequence(4)) + TxOutCount(1)+TxOut(0) + txWitness(0)+lockTime(4) == 51?)
elichai2: I don't think you can have an empty TxOut.
hebasto: I was not aware of minimumDuration
promag: no minimumDuration on macOS?
When sending getdata with a number of inv references, how does notfound behave? Let’s say some references are valid and some notfound. Will it fail the whole request with notfound or provide some block/tx?
hebasto: the progress popups ups and goes away just before the error dialog
hebasto: apparently it's platform specific
hebasto: latest commit should prevent the progress dialog showing up
This isn't correct or semantic IMO because we need to have next_it = update_it initially and update_it should not go into the new_cache_line, soi there isn't a great way to set that within the for loop.
Around the for loop handeling; that was my response
jeremyrubin: moved it to UPDATED...
jeremyrubin: "we need to have next_it = update_it initially" -- that is in my suggestion
"update_it should not go into the new_cache_line" -- that is too, no?
luke-jr: true, afaik it removes them from the git branch list but they can still be git checked out again
achow101: was it you who found how to access old github commits?