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Joseph Turian
@turian
How do I compile and read the preprint?
jamis
@jamiis
@turain it is not allowed under the current license. If you want to stick with the free version I recommend downloading the AsciiDoctor.js Live Preview chrome extension and manually opening the .asciidoc chapters in numerical order in Chrome
@turian ^ (misspelled your user)
Kamlesh P
@kombos
guys, is the book available now in github ?
Nick Savers
@nicksavers
@kombos the sources are. The book itself in published form can be bought online and will be distributed early next year. I believe it will be allowed to create and distribute digital versions after a year of publication.
Woodstock
@johnalanwoods
hey
anyone around?
Nick Savers
@nicksavers
@johnalanwoods What's up?
Woodstock
@johnalanwoods
hey Nick
just wondering, if I wanted to create a pdf for personal use
is there a standard way to do it?
I read about asciidoctor-pdf gem
is that what people use?
@nicksavers
Nick Savers
@nicksavers
I wouldn't know... I didn't generate a PDF but just read it on GitHub and ordered the book.
Woodstock
@johnalanwoods
ok cool
how do you read it on GitHub?
and go thru each asciidoc manually, or is there an 'entry point'?
thanks
its clear in master bitcoin
so same here I guess :) cheers!
Woodstock
@johnalanwoods
I created a PR to address this
ccolorado
@ccolorado
How can I make a pdf from the browser ? I don't like reading in a browser tab and I can't wait for my copy to arrive to start reading.
ccolorado
@ccolorado
stupid me, I forgot I can read this in my ide :D
ccolorado
@ccolorado
Matthew Wright
@macwmw_twitter
Hi, thanks for the fantastic resource. I'm with Argent, a new type of wallet built on smart contracts. How can we get included in the "Choosing a Wallet" section? We're non-custodial but focused on providing a super simple UX - recovery without seed phrases, users don't face gas when transacting, everyone gets a free ENS etc Thanks!
Woodstock
@johnalanwoods
Hey Matthew
Woodstock
@johnalanwoods
@macwmw_twitter you there?
Matthew Wright
@macwmw_twitter
Hi @johnalanwoods , sorry for the delay. I'm here :)
Woodstock
@johnalanwoods
@macwmw_twitter no probs, would love to discuss Argent with you, have sent you a request on Linkedin to chat
crowdcoinChain
@crowdcoinChain
hello, how to compile di pdf version ? :)
isan_rivkin
@Isan-Rivkin
Hi, Im flying tomorrow to Cuba (No Internet) and I need to get a print version today
what's the fastest way of doing so?
chanan sack
@chanan-sack
@macwmw_twitter Hi Matthew, the "Choosing a Wallet" section includes well known, standard wallets that have been in use and tested to fit into the book. with no regard to the quality of the Argent project it simply does not fit the description
@crowdcoinChain under the current licence it is ilegal to compile a pdf version of the book, please buy a copy or read the github repo
chanan sack
@chanan-sack
@tuanp703 that might be a good point, have you created an issue?
isan_rivkin
@Isan-Rivkin
anyone knows of any base64 decoder in solidity?
Nikhil
@nikhil1415926
anyone here working on migrating examples to solidity 0.5.0 ?
aniruddha
@aniruddha2001_gitlab
Hi, anybody from Ethereum/Quorum?
@nikhil1415926
Tell me if you have any query.
Div
@divyang-desai
Is printed version of this book is up-to date with changes?
Div
@divyang-desai

Is printed version of this book is up-to date with changes?

Bump!

StefanVelkoski
@StefanVelkoski
hello guys
is there a similar book or anything written for ethereum 2.0 ?
Nicholas Hallahan
@hallahan
Hi There! I absolutely loved going through this book. I'm now trying to learn how to do DApps and Solidity, and being such, I've been studying the Auction DApp. I was unable to deploy / migrate via truffle, as truffle seems to only support a newer solidity. I went through and fixed all of the syntax issues for the DApp to work with Solidity 0.5.16. I did get it to deploy on Ropsten on a local geth node. Please let me know if this is acceptable. Happy to take whatever approach is needed. ethereumbook/ethereumbook#1010
Nicholas Hallahan
@hallahan
I have a question about whisper in the Auction DApp. The config shows there is a WHISPER_SHARED_KEY. There is some value in there, but I'm trying to figure out how to get one myself, perhaps from geth?