m011: as i've been trying to say all the time, you *first* need to ensure your connectivity to CJDNS, so have a running cjdns daemon and cjdns nodes, only then bitcoin core will work over it and will be able to connect to bitcoin cjdns nodes
bitcoin/master 6fd4341 Jon Atack: Require CBlockIndex::GetBlockPos() to hold mutex cs_main
bitcoin/master 5723934 Jon Atack: Require CBlockIndex::GetUndoPos() to hold mutex cs_main
yes, for the graphical interface you need bitcoin-qt.exe
I also another doubt.. When I open C:\Users\Dell\bitcoin\build_msvc\x64\Release\bitcoind.exe , there terminal opens and executes.. But I cannot find the graphical interface to input certain data and test certain things.. Is Qt necessary for getting the graphical interface?
It could be a good idea to ask bitcoin.stackexchange.com
I cannot loacte this exe file.. I had previously cloned the Bitcoin Core project, then installed vcpkg, then went to build_msvc folder and opened bitcoin.sln.. After that, I ran local Windows Debugger
My build has succeeded in Visual Studio but I am getting this message : ../bitcoin/build_msvc/x64/Debug/libbitcoinconsensus/libbitcoinconsensus.lib is not a valid Win32 application
jeremyrubin: I never use sudo when running bitcoind or bitcoin-cli, maybe I have tried a few times while testing few things and understand it's use. Maybe it was a mistake today or just got to learn new things. Thanks.
you should probably never have to run sudo for a bitcoin-cli thing!
[bitcoin] jonatack opened pull request #24150: refactor: move index class members from protected to private (master...move-index-class-members-from-protected-to-private) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/24150
Blocked shahinfe from the /bitcoin org. Also for spamming the /bips wiki
prayank nipped out before finishing what he wrote... Greg Maxwell no longer contributes to bitcoin - isn't that because of the lawsuit? If so, then Craig can continue to sue the remaining developers and kick everyone out if nobody goes to court against him. I don't think anyone here can really give me an answer, since this is a decision they have to make on their own (or together), but I just wanted to share my
sugarpuff_: 1. Legal issues are handled by people involved in different ways. Recently few organizations and individuals have tried to support the devs. 2. Greg Maxwell does not directly contribute to Bitcoin anymore as shared by him multiple times. He can respond to your questions on reddit as they are not related to Bitcoin Core. 3. Bitcoin is fine and CSW or any such scammers will not be able to do much. There was a tweet thread which clearl
My question is: what are the bitcoin developers doing (other than trying to switch to pseudonymous development) to defend against this? I have seen gmaxwell repeatedly call Wright a fraud. If Maxwell actually believes this, then why is he avoiding the legal challenge? I think Bitcoin could lose if this sort of approach (of running away from Wright) continues.
hi guys, I realize this question might not be considered "development" per se, but it is development related: right now the developers (y'all) are under legal attack by Craig Wright. Afaict, Wright is being used a new means of attack against Bitcoin. The last time I witnessed such a serious attack was BitcoinXT, except this time I think the threat is even greater.