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Someone is voting against the 'groundbreaking proposal'.  Why dont we vote For it so we can test the pie chart?

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Ok all, we didn't really fix the general protection fault in 1.1.2.8 or 1.1.2.9, but the good news is I found the root cause to be old testnet CPIDs whom do not have the unbanked indicator, causes the GPF error in the new version, in testnet only, hence the reason this didnt affect prod.

I'm compiling 1.1.3.0 now - will notify when ready....

1.1.3.0 is ready for testing!

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Support and Troubleshooting / Re: Unable to receive mined BBP - CPID error
« Last post by thossoma on June 15, 2018, 08:22:50 pm »
Thanks for the reply!  That at least gives something to go off of.  All the info you were referencing was related to the first guys post I am assuming.  I am not sure what RAC is or where to find out what my value us.  Can you help me out with that?

Also, I am unable to run "getboincinfo" as a command in the wallet.  Where do I run that command to get the data?
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Ok all, we didn't really fix the general protection fault in 1.1.2.8 or 1.1.2.9, but the good news is I found the root cause to be old testnet CPIDs whom do not have the unbanked indicator, causes the GPF error in the new version, in testnet only, hence the reason this didnt affect prod.

I'm compiling 1.1.3.0 now - will notify when ready....
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Updated to v1.1.2.8, got a bad_alloc crash,
wiped all the .dat files and folders, reindexed, got a bad_alloc crash

Ive been using console version of BiblePay, so I just tried QT version, and I got:

Code: [Select]
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
re-ran QT again, and got:

Code: [Select]
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EXCEPTION: St11logic_error
basic_string::_M_construct null not valid
biblepay in ProcessMessages()

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::bad_alloc'
  what():  std::bad_alloc
Aborted (core dumped)

Could you please try it in valgrind mode?

Ill take a look...


EDIT:  Im running it in valgrind now...


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Updated to v1.1.2.8, got a bad_alloc crash,
wiped all the .dat files and folders, reindexed, got a bad_alloc crash

Ive been using console version of BiblePay, so I just tried QT version, and I got:

Code: [Select]
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
re-ran QT again, and got:

Code: [Select]
************************
EXCEPTION: St11logic_error
basic_string::_M_construct null not valid
biblepay in ProcessMessages()

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::bad_alloc'
  what():  std::bad_alloc
Aborted (core dumped)
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Ok, 1.1.2.8 is out in github which fixes the crash, the Yes count, and the pie chart.

Compiling windows now....


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I just upgraded to .7,  i'm watching to see if PODC updates are sent.  .6 was mining ok but no podc update for the last few days.

Feature request:  transaction list, add PODC payment and PODC updates as filter options.

I saw the voting issue,  voting worked from the ui just the display is incorrect.

On the feature request, do you mean In the existing transaction list, add a filter to only see PODC related items?  Btw, on a side note, and this is just a hack, but you can currently filter by podc payments once you label your PODC receive address - you can type that label into the label field.  So that one works.  For podc Updates, you can type in '.01' for the amount, and sort descending, but again that is a real hack.

For PODC updates you can type 'exec utxoreport cpid' and see the updates from the rpc.

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I put a second proposal in the pool in testnet (wait 1 hr for it to propagate), then we can vote yes on it (as the other one seems like it will be a loser).

Then we can check out the pie chart.


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BiblePay - TestNet Testing Thread / Very Good Test Proposal
« Last post by Rob A. on June 15, 2018, 09:59:51 am »
This proposal is groundbreaking.

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