cool - I don't wildcard anything in crypto - lol
I have enabled anonymous access to the CI server nowDash windows 64bit looks to be available on flare's site :
update : never mind, we will need a link to Dash windows 64bit on main server.
I'm trying the faucets now..
- http://test.faucet.masternode.io - by coingun --> Error
- http://test.faucet.dashninja.pl - by elbereth ---> Works
Still no application signing certificate.....
I mean sure I know this isn't a virus...but what do the others think....?
On another note found this screen cap kinda neat. Shows the history of all the testing release sizes for windows. Look at the code size of the .12 release?!!!
0.11.0.7 source explodes from 16mb's to 88mb's. Now at v12 we are back down to 32mb's.
Yes and yes I just wanted to fix the "i am not able to download" issueBut these are the links to the defunct updates?
While we wait for the test - fix?
Sweet!! Testnet here we come. Been a while since I logged into Vultr.
Won't be able to test on the Pi but I don't think it will be needed - until the final release
Way to time consuming to compile - knowing how testing works - lol
To elbereth : any chance we could let go of the 1 hour restriction on your faucet ?
should people running test masternodes start using the dash-cli version as i understand thats going to replace
the dashd ? (i think i read somewhere that certain rpc commands have been shifted to dash-cli or something)
These are test versions, to be downloaded and used at your own risk. We'll look into application certificate (both MacOS X and Windows) for the release.
Good points. So far this release feels amazingly well done. This wasn't a needle this was more of a great job guys.This comparism is not valid, as the zip files contain different set of files.
If you want to compare code/binary size compare the size of *-src.tar.gz and *.dash-qt.exe
dashd has no RPC client anymore so if you wish to send RPC commands to the running daemon (dashd) you need dash-cli (or another RPC client).
In version 0.9, bitcoin-cli was added with just the RPC client functionality from bitcoind.
In version 0.10, this functionality will be removed from bitcoind. This means that the following ways of interacting will be possible:
bitcoin-cli or an external RPC client talking to bitcoind.
bitcoin-cli or an external RPC client talking to bitcoin-qt -server.
Using the RPC console in bitcoin-qt.