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WeatherSV Apr 23
This bug fix should resolve our issue with randomly crashing transaction runs creating inconsistencies and gaps in our data feeds.
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_unwriter Apr 23
Replying to @_unwriter
I will go back and try all these projects and share my experience and feedback as well as explain how they work. I might even try building some apps for those protocols and systems. We'll see! Stay tuned!
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_unwriter Apr 23
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These are already 100% functional projects that will blow your mind. Today. I've been meaning to try them all out and share, but haven't had a chance yet because I have set myself a hard deadline for something I myself am trying to push out this week. But once that's done...
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_unwriter Apr 23
A lot of people have no idea what's REALLY going on behind the scenes in BSV wonderland. And yes, this even includes you, a hardcore BSV supporter. There are so many sophisticated and mind-blowing projects springing up every day, and not all of them are widely shared, yet.
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_unwriter Apr 23
Bitstagram now has infinite scrolling.
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_unwriter Apr 23
Replying to @_unwriter
Just remember to use bitsh to do all this
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_unwriter Apr 23
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1. Example Redirect Usage: 2. Example Route Template:
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_unwriter Apr 23
Replying to @_unwriter
2. Route template The "route add" command is now powered by handlebars template engine {{...}} instead of the previous ${...} because it's much more cross platform and cross language.
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_unwriter Apr 23
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1. Redirect Now you can use ">" in addition to "to". Instead of: $ echo B to name you can do: $ echo B > name The reason bitcom used to use "to" was because the CLI execution would confuse the bitcom ">" with the native bash ">". No such problem with bitsh. Use ">".
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_unwriter Apr 23
Two new updates to Bitcom syntax today: Some of the original Bitcom commands haven't been ideal because the bitcom package was constrained to one-off execution like git. Now with bitsh, we have a persistent connection to Bitcom, the limit is gone and we can do better.
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_unwriter Apr 23
Just merged a Datapay bug fix PR from Breavyn. It fixes a bug that happens during a high throughput transaction shootout, when the insight endpoint fails. Basically fixing Datapay for stress test usage. The more stress the better! datapay@0.0.14
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_unwriter Apr 23
Replying to @izvirni @_carmorti_
When I say “You”, I mean myself. The article explains how “I” have started loving the scaling pains.
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_unwriter Apr 23
Replying to @_unwriter
Bitcom and the Bit:// URI system will be directly integrated into Bottle soon. ANY Bitcoin API will be able to just run out of the box, without having to "list" their endpoints or URI schemes on Bottle. Please look into Bitcom and play with Bitsh today.
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_unwriter Apr 23
Replying to @_unwriter
Comparison: 1. Bitcom: A protocol for building protocols 2. Bit://: A decentralized URI scheme for Bitcom APIs 3. Bterm: A web UI to browse Bitcom 4. Bitcom NPM package: A command line app to write to Bitcom 5. Bitsh: A shell interface to Bitcom
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_unwriter Apr 23
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Bitsh lets you "log into" Bitcom, a virtual Bitcoin computer for managing Bitcoin APIs Every write command is a Bitcoin tx (you can check the updated state on ): $ echo "B://" > name $ cat b://9b7600d97..9d97348
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_unwriter Apr 23
Today I'm releasing Bitsh, a Bitcom Shell.
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_unwriter Apr 23
Replying to @_unwriter
Bitcoin: How you should learn to stop worrying and love the scaling pains.
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_unwriter Apr 23
Just wrote an article about the last week's stress test, service interruptions, and how I am designing a decentralized API framework over Bitcoin.
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_unwriter Apr 17
You can now use Datapay with any other libraries that use 's BSV library, thanks to There used to be dependency errors when trying use Datapay with other BSV powered libraries. Now fixed so feel free to use with other libraries!
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_unwriter Apr 17
Replying to @_unwriter
Oh did I mention, you can even browse and view files you added through "echo" or "cat", inline? You can try it here on B:// protocol dashboard where I've added README and image files through "CAT": :)
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