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Tengfei Niu
@spartucus
The whole aleth is too big and heavy to use in a C++ project
Paweł Bylica
@chfast
@spartucus I've seen interest in such library but so far I'm not aware of any existing. I don't believe Aleth libraries have an option to connect to an Ethereum node (being the RPC client).
Tengfei Niu
@spartucus
@chfast Thanks for reply.
Robert Edström
@Legogris
Anyone know if Aleth can be used for unsupervised key generation? I don't see any flags for account new that would deter it from asking for input and piping doesn't fly well:
/ $ (sleep 2 && echo '\nx\nx\n') | aleth account new
[2020-09-07 15:31:48.318286] [0x00007ff1cefe1890] [info]    Reading/home/aleth/.web3/keys/751f3d2d-1120-4a99-c005-4ab9e3a9c91d.json
[2020-09-07 15:31:48.318481] [0x00007ff1cefe1890] [info]    Reading/home/aleth/.web3/keys/5640771c-45d6-af32-936d-b4a74127966a.json
Couldn't open wallet. Does it exist?
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'boost::wrapexcept<dev::ExternalFunctionFailure>'
  what():  /source/libdevcore/CommonIO.cpp(174): Throw in function std::string dev::getPassword(const string&)
Dynamic exception type: boost::wrapexcept<dev::ExternalFunctionFailure>
[boost::errinfo_api_function_*] = tcsetattr

Aborted (core dumped)
Roman Zacharia
@RomanZacharia
Hi there. It's been a while since I used Mist. Trying to start it on Ubuntu 18.04, but it won't sync and the window doesn't show any status and remains in the 'busy' state. Does the Mist work in 2020?
Paweł Bylica
@chfast
Mist is long time dead project.
Roman Zacharia
@RomanZacharia
What is the alternative for ubuntu?
Robert Edström
@Legogris
Openethereum/Parity
Or geth/nethermind + mycrypto/myetherwallet
Roman Zacharia
@RomanZacharia
Thanks a lot @Legogris , @chfast !
tendemo1
@tendemo1
Hello everyone could anyone kindly help me with this "ERROR: No matching distribution found for rusty-rlp<0.2,>=0.1.15 (from rlp<=2.0. 0.alpha-1,>=1.0.0->eth-account)" got after running pip install eth_account with python. Thanks
0xNick
@0xEther_twitter

Hello everyone could anyone kindly help me with this "ERROR: No matching distribution found for rusty-rlp<0.2,>=0.1.15 (from rlp<=2.0. 0.alpha-1,>=1.0.0->eth-account)" got after running pip install eth_account with python. Thanks

same issue here

Tengfei Niu
@spartucus
Hi @chfast , are there any examples of how to use evmone? Say I want to use it in a ethereum-liked project, how should I do to use it? Or could you please tell me any projects that used it that I could learn from them.
Paweł Bylica
@chfast
Tengfei Niu
@spartucus
Thanks a lot @chfast !
Tengfei Niu
@spartucus
Hi @chfast , when I implement my host interfaces in EVMC, what happened if I implement an empty emit_log function?
Tengfei Niu
@spartucus
Is this allowed?
Paweł Bylica
@chfast
It should be fine, @spartucus
Tengfei Niu
@spartucus
Thanks @chfast !
Paweł Bylica
@chfast
What are you trying to do with that?
CaliCoder420
@CaliCoder420
Hello, I am trying to query block headers from leveldb directly, and was wondering if anyone could point me to some examples (if any)? I came across this useful piece of code for geth (https://gist.github.com/vs9390/b6646abdaaccaa551c780bf97c687a1e), but I assume aleth has a different storage format. I would like to query old blocks as well, and since Geth 1.9+ stores most of the headers in the freezer database, this is not possible so im looking into aleth.
Paweł Bylica
@chfast
You can find some information here: https://github.com/ethereum/aleth/blob/master/doc/database_layout.rst
But Aleth is not operational, so I don't recommend relaying on it.
Tengfei Niu
@spartucus

What are you trying to do with that?

Try use it in a ethereum-liked private blockchain project

Paweł Bylica
@chfast
@spartucus It is better to use something more mature, any other production-ready Ethereum client: geth, besu, OpenEthereum, nethermind.
ArtemDomochka
@ArtemDomochka
How can send rpc calls to ether rum?
Tengfei Niu
@spartucus
@chfast Thanks for advices! But our blockchain is not exactly same as etehreum, it is implemented by C#, need VM as EVM. So I was wonder if I could use EVMC in it.
Paweł Bylica
@chfast
@spartucus You probably can, but EVMC does not have official C# bindings.
Also, Nethermind is written in C#
gopher
@onegopher_twitter
Is aleth a eth node provider?
Fuck Off
@etherhehrherhehr_gitlab
Why does http://cpp-ethereum.org/ just redirect to https://ethereum.org/en/ , with no explanation? Is Ethereum a thing or just a vaporware maze of links that go in circles?
Sorry if this sounds confrontational/rude, but I've been trying for weeks now to just figure out what the hell it wants me to download.
The "official" website lists not a single desktop application. Just "apps" for smartphones and third-party centralized services and hardware devices.
I can't even tell if anyone is even seeing my messages here.
It says "1571 people", but nobody appears to be talking.
Andrei Maiboroda
@gumb0
@etherhehrherhehr_gitlab what do you want to do? if you want to run a node see https://ethereum.org/en/developers/docs/nodes-and-clients/
Tengfei Niu
@spartucus

Also, Nethermind is written in C#

Wah~ Thank you so much!

ray3309
@ray3309
greeting~
triki omar
@omarenis
hi everyone
i'm new here so maybe my questions seems to be dummy for many of you
i want to create an ethereum blockchain
and inside the creation process i have vhdl code that do the SH3 hashing
can anyone help me with it ?
i want to know the position of the hash function inside the aleth project
JinwooSeong
@JinwooSeong
does anyone know how to get around with this? i have been stuck at this phase for a really long time...
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Imran Ashraf
@TechBeatle
Hi, can someone tell me what mining strategy is being used in aleth?
I mean Geth extracts the transactions from a pool and sorts them on the sender address for execution and mining... does Aleth use the same strategy?
Anton Shkindzer
@nikonok
Hi, I have question about solc. I want to add a new opcode, that returns bytes memory. Can smbd explain me how to do that? (I use geth as node). Here is the link to my question on stack exchange, were I provide description of the problem: https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/93916/adding-new-custom-opcode-to-solidity
I really need some help, cuase I spent more than 3 weeks and don't find the answer yet =(
Paweł Bylica
@chfast
exellife
@exellife
how much space do I need to start aleth client?