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    aion-jin
    @aion-jin
    I setup a avm repo here : https://github.com/aion-jin/avm
    aion-jin
    @aion-jin
    I create a new repo for BCRT, for customized jvm
    romaion
    @romaion
    ok. Is it for aion SDK for smart contracts?
    aion-jin
    @aion-jin
    it's for customized jvm as bcrt
    romaion
    @romaion
    then what is difference with https://github.com/aion-jin/avm ?
    aion-jin
    @aion-jin
    avm repo contains everything else except the customized jvm
    b/c jvm is huge , so it move into a seperate repo
    romaion
    @romaion
    may be we should swap the repos? Because, now AVM (Aion Virtual Machine) will contain everything except virtual machine while BCRT (runtime ) will contain hacked virtual machine =)
    aion-jin
    @aion-jin
    I mean bcrt , actually means something like java run time , which is for customized jvm
    the name dosnt' matter, we can always change it later on.
    with these two repo , we can start working in parallel, one from top , one from button. :-)
    romaion
    @romaion
    yeah, basically, we have hacked hot spot and analysis code on top of that. Sounds good. "There is nothing more permanent than temporary code" :)
    romaion
    @romaion
    guys, I've done some analysis and summarised sources of non-determinism in the readme https://github.com/aion-jin/avm . Now I need to implement each of the points. Sounds like a simple plan :)
    romaion
    @romaion
    Updated with proposed solutions. Please, review when have time
    aion-jin
    @aion-jin
    nice
    romaion
    @romaion
    in AVM repo should we use ant-style structure or maven structure (src/main/java) ? I don't mind ant-style structure, but if we later decide to use maven or gradle it will be more difficult to switch from ant structure. Any ideas?
    romaion
    @romaion
    ant
    NoahMarconi
    @NoahMarconi
    Hey guys, question about the solidity version supported. I see a Northern Block blog post saying 0.4.9 (https://medium.com/northern-block/developing-an-erc20-token-on-aion-b11244fa552a) but the wiki links to 0.4.15 (https://github.com/aionnetwork/aion_fastvm/wiki/Migration-Guide)
    Liqing Pan
    @dprat0821
    Hi guys. May I ask some tech questions here? not sure if it's the right channel: What's the reason Aion use 32bytes address instead of Ethereum's 20 bytes one?
    RIT22
    @RIT22
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