have y'all looked at the Nix builds of bitcoin at all?
gmaxwell: yes. So far I have a minimal rootfs that's capable of building bitcoin. It's basically just busybox/make/toolchain. Dealing with kernels is just too far out of scope, though. Ideally, we'd just boot some minimal image in a vm, chroot, and make
[bitcoin] Empact opened pull request #12357: Rationalize the CValidationState interface by splitting ::DoS across ::Invalid and ::Corrupt (master...validation-state-corrupt) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12357
Newbie to C++ and bitcoin core here. I've been looking at EvalScript in interpreter.cpp, and from what I gathered it seems to push things onto 'stack' or return an error if something isn't kosher. But when/where is the stack actually 'executed'. EvalScript doesn't seem to evaluate the script anywhere I could see.
hey guys, just fyi, i've passed on the management/maintainer/architect roles in gnuradio to new hands (after 12 years), to focus on bitcoin-related work full-time. part of that will be getting back into core dev process. very much looking forward to the change of pace.
It's not even on the blockchain if it is unconfirmed. It's just in the mempool to be potentially added. There's #bitcoin-dev for more general development questions, btw. This channel is more so for development of Bitcoin Core (an implementation of the protocol).
[bitcoin] practicalswift closed pull request #10975: [script] Return early if no valid opcodes found in CountWitnessSigOps(...) (master...return-early-in-CountWitnessSigOps) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/10975
also they're probably not doing anything else in these VMs than building bitcoin