New Wallet Version 1.2.8
New Wallet Version 1.2.8
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1541310 (New unmoderated)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1323657 (Alternative moderated)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=731923 (Original unmoderated)
- Blockchain download fixes and improvements
- Improved peer handling
- Block cache improvements
- Improved transaction rebroadcasting
- Added import/export contacts
- Added asset dividends add-on
- Updated used libs
- Some minor fixes and improvements
thanks @luxe , downloaded it, running like a champ ;-)
Couple of questions though :
"Added import/export contacts" - how do you do that? I am running local wallet and accessing it through " localhost:8125 "
"Added asset dividends add-on" - what is this do and where it is?
@thomeefl69 First you should flush your cache of your browser at localhost:8125 with CTRL + R or CTRL + F5 .
The import/export contacts can be found in the upper right corner of the contacts page.
The dividends add-on got included in the Asset Exchange menu -> Payout Dividends
@daWallet oh awesome, the cache flush solved it ;-) thank you much!
@luxe thanks for all your hard work.
@luxe Thanks for the efforts :)
Worked immediatly with same burst_db folder xD
Is this the Official Burst Wallet.
@adsactly as official as it can be in decentralized world ;)
said in New Wallet Version 1.2.8:
Improved transaction rebroadcasting
this part has made me moist! this was much neeeded!
thought i would post this here to check but since the 1.2.8 release im getting a few errors in the burst.jar window
other than that. when running the local wallet. it opened and allowed me to query the blockchain within minutes. rather than the usual wait 10 minutes for it to load
@thomeefl69 @rnahlawi @iKnow0 You are welcome, but always remember i just help merge and release ... the main part was done by the ones working on the commits: https://github.com/burst-team/burstcoin/commits/master
@Lexicon Looks like the known 'Block not accepted' notice, just with more details ... i'm quite confused why log level SEVERE is shown ... have to lookup commits if there was a change.
@Lexicon I checked the code ... it is just the normal 'Block not accepted' notice, but in this commit:
Logger.logMessage("Block not accepted");
was replaced with ...
Logger.logMessage("Block not accepted", e);
to get more details why block was not accepted ...
Edit: Just to explain, e is the error that contains the details/stacktrace that now shows up in logs.
@luxe ahh makes sense. better event handling. shows the exception trace
I uploaded a new build zip, not logging the stacktrace on 'Block not accepted' anymore ... should only be done on debug.