@juanfranblanco Do you mean generate a c# api from solidity contracts in visual studio code - with Nethereum extensions? no. I will try it. however, is there any heads up on the error messages: "Number can only safely store up to 53 bits" and "The field to must have byte length of 20" cheers
Howdy! I'm current trying to figure out how to use the Code generated by Netherum.Generator.Console. Is there any sample out there? I'm currently not able to find one. I've the generated code and an connection to my parity test network. Do I just call serviceNameService.MyFunctionRequestAndWaitForReceiptAsync()? What about signing the request?
@voteopolis_twitter better really to use the code gen stuff to get started, most probably will that solve all your encoding / decoding problems. If you are not using "typed commands, queries" overloads end up being confused if not passed correctly. Hence emphasis on the typed stuff to avoid mistakes, as it is visible what you are doing. On GetVotes you will need a function output as you are having multiple output parameters
@ManuelRauber you instantiate Web3 with an Account("privateKey") to sign offline
or a ManagedAccount("password") to do a personal_sendTransaction
@juanfranblanco is there a way to check that a transaction was not mined in an uncle block?
What I want to do is the following, check that a transaction was not mined into an uncle block, if not, then get the block number where it was mined and then use that block number to calculate confirmations