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I probably won't be able to join the beginning of the meeting again. Suggested topic: Qt 5.6 support. Bitcoin Core doesn't compile with it, because Qt 5.6 dropped almost all pkgconfig files, so configure fails.
thanks guys, If I am understanding this correctly, we would have to deploy another soft fork to make this signature valid again for bitcoin core nodes? Are the flags in the test case used ONLY for these test cases or is there similar flags used in bitcoin core's interpreter?
Hi guys, I know this isn't the correct channel, but I figured some one in this channel might be able to answer my question - i've already tried #bitcoin-dev
well it looks like the rpc tests do have regtest mining stuff there, but I'm not sure that it will work well with not being in the Bitcoin Core project.
warren: I suppose I could do that, but that just make things annoying since this is just for rpc tests for Armory. Do you know if the Bitcoin Core rpc tests have mining implmented in them? If so I can just borrow that
Is there any way in Bitcoin Core to mine to a specific address when in regtest mode?
Naphex: you can try #bitcoin-wizards; but without a more coherent view of the applicability I don't know if it will be productive, but someone there might want to discuss it with you.
You might want to take your brainstorming elsewhere, this channel is for concrete activity around bitcoin core today.
this is unrelated to bitcoin---- an entirely different and largely inapplicable area of science which refers deals with adaptive rate control against invisible remote buffers of unknown capacity.
[bitcoin] jtimon closed pull request #7563: libconsensus-p2a: Decouple pow.o from chain.o and move it to the consensus package (master...libconsensus-p2a-chain-cpp-interface-0.12.99) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/7563
bitcoind -help-debug checks if bitcoin core is running?
Looking into bip142 I wonder if there is a schema to optionally allow segWit that would be compatible with bip21? some bitcoin:1....?amount=12&segWitAllowed=true kind of downwards compatible style we could use in mycelium to leave it to the sender if he wants to use segwit?