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mathcrypto
@mathcrypto
@empea-careercriminal i have installed serpent on both linux and mac os machines and it works. However, i have not tested it on a windows machine
Martin Maurer
@empea-careercriminal
@mathcrypto thanks ... I´m switching to a linux machine ... windows is not looking to good as of now ...
mathcrypto
@mathcrypto
you can use it from a virtual machine
thats what i am doing, i have a windows machine and using linux in virtual box
Martin Maurer
@empea-careercriminal
yeah .. that´s what i was trying to do next :)
mathcrypto
@mathcrypto
:)
Santiago Palladino
@spalladino
Hey folks! I'm trying to follow the example in https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/wiki/Serpent#including-files-and-calling-other-contracts to create a contract and invoke a function on it. I'm using the tester module in pyethereum, and when I try to invoke the returnten function from the console, I get a ethereum.tools.tester.TransactionFailed. Any ideas, or some way to get more info on what could have caused the transaction to fail?
Note that the contract does not fail if I just call create, and it actually returns an addess-like
bonedaddy
@bonedaddy
hey guys with serpent
where do i declare factors such as token name etc..
would i ininitialize the variable outside init() using "data token_name" etc..
and than within init() set the value of self.token_name to the name of the token?
bonedaddy
@bonedaddy
any help with this would be greatly appreciated
bonedaddy
@bonedaddy
So I "fixed" that issue i think
but now im getting this error: Input 0 has arity 0
sorry heres the full stacktrace
Cifer
@cifer-lee
hello
so cold a place compare to solidity :laugh :cry
Cifer
@cifer-lee
python is such a popular language, except for ethereum 🤣
it’s so sad… i wrote python
Ahmad Sofyan
@asofyan
I really want to build smart contract in serpent.. but the documentation is so few..
At least, web3.py exist.. I can connect my django app
Cifer
@cifer-lee
yeah, all freshes goes to solidity
Martin Maurer
@empea-careercriminal
Maybe interesting for people coming here, too: https://github.com/ethereum/viper
Musk440
@musk440_twitter
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Jackgreen66
@Jackgreen66
Hello