Thanks for the warm welcome...
I was specifically referring to building with autotools as a starting
point. Primarily autoconf to ease the installation and testing process.
On 08/22/2011 04:12 PM, Douglas Huff wrote:
> I don't think you're actually familiar with either of those tools. A run
> script is not much different than an init script?
In this regard I was referring to running bitcoin in /etc/init.d on
Debian based systems. By init script, I was referring to making scripts
run at boot time.
> Those who live in tonal caves shouldn't crap on themselves, or something.
> On Aug 22, 2011 2:49 PM, "Luke-Jr" <luke@...> wrote:
>> On Monday, August 22, 2011 3:30:04 PM Douglas Huff wrote:
>>> On Aug 22, 2011 2:26 PM, "Fred Concklin" <fconcklin@...> wrote:
>>>> I'm also interested in work to daemonize bitcoin on boot and
>>>> work to bring bitcoin into general coding and implementation paradigms
>>>> seen on GNU/Linux platforms.
>>> What? It already works fine in this regard using standard tools.
>>> easy with daemontools/runit.
>> He said standard *coding and implementation paradigms*. This has nothing
> to do
>> with integration with some non-standard "init replacement" that goes
>> the whole design of Unix.
>> What I understand this to mean, is properly abstracting the components
>> that the node, wallet, and GUI can work together while being distinct
>> In this sense, Fred, you may be interested in working on coming up with a
>> standard for a https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Wallet_protocol
I'll check this out.