[bitcoin] MarcoFalke closed pull request #13683: wallet: Introduce assertion to document the assumption that cache and cache_used are always set in tandem (master...null-pointer-dereference) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/13683
bitcoin/master e8c7434 MarcoFalke: Merge #13683: wallet: Introduce assertion to document the assumption that cache and cache_used are always set in tandem...
I have big problem with my wallet , I have synced the bitcoin core wallet with blockchain network recently and now I can see transactions in my wallet and I have positive receive transactions but I cant see my btc in my balance or transfer it to other addresses I need urgent help to fic problem.
I'm torn on https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12257#discussion_r203741762 -- on the one hand, we want to give correct values for ancestor count; on the other hand, the reason ancestor count is taken into account is because we want to avoid too-long chains of unconfirmed transactions, which is separate. on the third (?) hand, the accurate ancestor count will give a hint at the number of ancestors the resulting transaction
[bitcoin] practicalswift opened pull request #13720: build: Make lint-locale-dependence.sh work with BSD grep (avoid empty subexpressions) (master...bsd-grep-compatibility) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/13720
wumpus: I think that makes sense. They're Bitcoin Core downloads, not Bitcoin downloads. If bitcoin.org wants to mirror them, that's their prerogative.
wumpus: I think we should leave that up to bitcoin.org, and encourage them to be multi-fullnode
provoostenator: so can you connect locally to the 127.0.0.1:port that tor connects on to reach bitcoin?
so in any case: does everyone think I should stop uploading bitcoin core to bitcoin.org? this would be a complete break with them, maybe that's better than waiting for cobra to decide to no longer support core as he's already threatened at least once, but I'm ambivalent abouti t
And there's guiconstants.h: QAPP_ORG_DOMAIN "bitcoin.org"
I don't think we link to bitcoin.org for downloads any more
we still link to bitcoin.org for things like downloads
#topic moving away from bitcoin.org more (achow101)
topic suggestion: moving away from bitcoin.org more
No strong opinion... but slighly prefere to have it under the bitcoin-core repository
I know there are several seeder implementations but it appears to be the most used one. And since getting new node IPs by DNS is the default way to bootstrap a node in Core I think it makes sense to have one implementation in the bitcoin-core org.
should we put bfgminer, knots, kallewoof's script debugger stuff, etc under bitcoin-core too? :p
I though because there are a few open issues and simple PRs for bitcoin-seeder and it might would make sense that several Bitcoin maintainers have merge rights.
#topic bitcoin-seeder under bitcoin-core GitHub organisation (lclc)
[bitcoin] masonicboom opened pull request #13717: docs: Link to python style guidelines from developer notes (master...link-to-python-style-guidelines-from-dev-notes) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/13717
[bitcoin] practicalswift opened pull request #13712: wallet: Add error handling. Check return value of ParseUInt32(...) in… (master...check-ParseUInt32-return-value) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/13712
AHemlocksLie: start off reading all the docs you can find on github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin in particular the developer docs and contributor guidelines. Then look at pull requests people have made and get a feel for how the process works. To actually do something, I suggest actually using the software. You run into things you want to improve and then you work on that.
hi everyone, i am new to bitcoin core development. I have setup my bitcoin core project with Eclipse CDT on a Mac. I am able to compile, run and debug the build. However, I am not make my IDE to find the #include<util.h> and all the header source files.