Will removing "getwork" from the client impact the "setgenerate" RPC call? I.e. would you still be able to generate coins on testnet-in-a-box this way, or would you need a dedicated miner for that? testnet-in-a-box is very useful for testing and easy to setup, it would be great if it stays that way :).

On Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 11:39 PM, <rob.golding@astutium.com> wrote:
> It appears that we will soon be at a hashrate where all the desktop
> CPUs in the world couldn't really make a dent in it... certainly not
> desktop cpus using the slow integrated cpu miner,

I thought the integrated miner was retired a version or so ago - I
dontrecall seeing it for some time in bitcoin-qt

Now you can buy a USB stick for $20 which can be pushed to around
500MH/s, and  there's no reason the manufacturers couldn't ship those
with a miner-program onboard !


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