midnightmagic: wrt the question someone was asking in #bitcoin about how do you handle an import backlog for a node that was offline: You use importmulti with the approrpiate birthdates, and it will handle any required rescan.
[bitcoin] jonasschnelli closed pull request #8877: Qt RPC console: history sensitive-data filter, and saving input line when browsing history (master...qt_console_history_filter) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/8877
bitcoin/master de8980d Luke Dashjr: Bugfix: Do not add sensitive information to history for real...
bitcoin/master 9044908 Jonas Schnelli: Qt/RPCConsole: Don't store commands with potentially sensitive information in the history...
bitcoin/master fc95daa Jonas Schnelli: Qt/RPCConsole: Save current command entry when browsing history...
here's what I did: I installed bitcoin-qt with pacman, started a fresh ~/.bitcoin and wallet.dat, I created 5 addresses with name, etc. I copied the wallet.dat to my home dir, I downloaded bitcoin-qt from bitcoin.org, started that with the old wallet.dat and all the address were there
I'm a little confused because I created a wallet.dat using Arch's build, then used the wallet.dat with bitcoin-qt from bitcoin.org, and it seems to have worked just fine, but I don't have funds in this wallet of course
phantomcircuit: I see, so would it be better if I create the wallet using the bitcoin-qt builds from bitcoin.org?
hello, the archlinux bitcoin-qt package maintainer builds bitcoin-qt using "--with-incompatible-bdb" and bdb 5.3.28, I have heard there could be potential problems by taking a wallet.dat that was created with newer bdb and then using it on a bitcoin-qt that was compiled with an older version of bdb, are there any tests I could run to know I won't run into issues?
[bitcoin] isle2983 opened pull request #9459: Improvements to copyright_header.py and some minor copyright header tweaks. (master...PR-copyright-script-improve) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/9459
@gmaxwell @wumpus_ Hello, just wanted you check-in regarding the Alert System Retirement notice currently appearing across the tops of all pages on Bitcoin.org - is there a specific date it would be okay to remove it?
its the first result when you google fedora bitcoin
warren: do you know anything about https://www.ringingliberty.com/bitcoin/ ? doesn't appear to have a determinstic build process, anyone looked to see if these binaries are backdoored? someone wandering into #bitcoin is using them.