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bcdev

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Where can I review the source code?
« on: February 19, 2015, 11:46:43 pm »

Let's say that I'd like to set up Multigateway to review it and understand how it works. Where can I get the source code?
Google didn't bring up any useful links. I'm talking about server, the multisig software, not the client, which is easily available.
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Re: Where can I review the source code?
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2015, 11:50:47 pm »

Let's say that I'd like to set up Multigateway to review it and understand how it works. Where can I get the source code?
Google didn't bring up any useful links. I'm talking about server, the multisig software, not the client, which is easily available.
realtime MGW is built into the SuperNET code, it is just a matter of changing some SuperNET.conf settings
this means anybody can run a realtime MGW

https://github.com/jl777/btcd is what needs to be installed
cd libjl777
make onetime
./m_unix

the above will get it compiled and running, but without a SuperNET.conf, so you need to customize the reference copy in the btcd dir

James

P.S. most of the realtime MGW code is in ramchain.h with the multisig address in mgw.h
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Re: Where can I review the source code?
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2015, 11:57:19 pm »

Let's say that I'd like to set up Multigateway to review it and understand how it works. Where can I get the source code?
Google didn't bring up any useful links. I'm talking about server, the multisig software, not the client, which is easily available.
by the way, thank you for your interest!
it is not easy for me to have to do all the coding, debugging, troubleshooting and customer support.

would be very nice to have others who can help with MGW

James
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