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To install the command-line tools, please see dcrinstall.

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dcrd v1.6.1

This is a patch release of dcrd which includes the following changes:

  • Correct a hard to hit issue where connections might not be reestablished after a network outage under some rare circumstances
  • Allow stakeholders to make use of the staking system to force proof-of-work miners to upgrade to the latest version so voting on the new consensus changes can commence

Changelog

This patch release consists of 3 commits from 1 contributor which total to 3 files changed, 30 additional lines of code, and 9 deleted lines of code.

All commits since the last release may be viewed on GitHub here.

Protocol and Network

Misc

Code Contributors (alphabetical order)

  • Dave Collins

dcrwallet v1.6.1

This release focuses on fixing issues with the new VSP fee payments and account mixing.

New Features

  • A WalletServer.SetVspdVoteChoice gRPC method was added, allowing clients to update the agenda preferences for the new VSP software.

Bug Fixes

  • An additional transaction may be created now when an account does not have enough UTXOs to pay for both a ticket and a VSP fee. This avoids insufficient balance errors where possible and prevents the user from needing to split a UTXO themselves.

  • Several issues causing double spends when dealing with unpublished transactions were corrected. This improves the reliability of paying the VSP fee.

  • Account balances no longer report the outputs of unpublished transactions as spendable with minconf=0. Instead, these balances are added to the unconfirmed balance.

  • Account and output mixing now considers the required fee necessary when selecting which common output amount and output count to mix with. This fixes mixing for some outputs which are currently being rejected by the CoinShuffle++ server due to not paying enough of the required transaction fee.

  • The signrawtransaction JSON-RPC method was changed to return an error if the transaction being signed has no inputs.

  • The salsa20 and blake2b dependencies were updated to prevent possible memory corruption caused by smashing the SP register in optimized assembly implementations.

Changelog

All commits since the last release may be viewed on GitHub here.

Code Contributors (alphabetical order)

  • Josh Rickmar

Decrediton v1.6.1

This patch release fixes several issues discovered in the v1.6.0 release.

Most changes are focused on improving the staking experience with the new VSP system: unexpected insufficient balance error is fixed, successes and failures of various staking operations are better reported now, setting consensus vote choices on the new VSP was implemented.

Updates

  • Consensus change voting is now working as expected. When a user sets their vote choice, it is updated in their local wallet and also sent to any legacy VSP. Every live ticket they have assigned with a new VSP is updated as well.

  • Due to the way the coins (UTXOs) are handled when purchasing tickets, there is a possibility of the underlying dcrwallet purchasing fewer tickets than what the user requested. This condition is now explained with a better message, to help the user understand why, for example, they only got 1 ticket when trying to buy 2.

  • Labels on the Staking tab have been updated to make things more clear with the new tickets and the old tickets.

  • An initial Traditional Chinese translation was completed by @smartwojak and verified by long-standing community member Hugo Chang (@changhugo).

  • Running or attempting multiple things at the same time is no longer allowed to avoid possible issues or unexpected errors. For instance, when the mixer is running, users may not purchase tickets or run the autobuyer, and vice versa. To perform an action, the user needs to turn off a running activity before proceeding. Several tooltips have been added to make the user aware of the situation.

  • Loading indicators have been added to various buttons related to ticket purchasing, to indicate that the user should wait for a long-running operation (like mixed ticket purchasing) to complete.

  • Success and failure messages have been added to various new ticket purchasing actions. Now users will be shown a message when they successfully complete (or receive errors for) the following actions: verify that visible tickets are assigned to VSPs and have their fees paid (Process Managed), discover tickets not yet assigned to a VSP and pay their fees (Process Unmanaged), and sync failed VSP tickets.

Bug Fixes

  • Added a timeout when not receiving VSP status response within 5 seconds.

  • Transaction history filtering has been fixed and now allows to select multiple types of transactions at once.

  • Tickets will now show as "Processing", "Error" or "Paid" shortly after purchase. Previously they would be shown as "Solo" until a restart or another block was mined.

  • Added explicit wallet lock calls to ensure that wallet is locked after mixing or ticket autobuyer requests.

  • There were a few reports of incorrectly created legacy ticket purchases due to a still unknown cause. To work-around this we've added sanity checks prior to purchase request to dcrwallet to avoid any potential malformed requests from being sent. This won't solve the core issue, but should at least notify users of something wrong occuring and give us data to investigate further.

Changelog

All commits since the last release may be viewed on GitHub here.

Code Contributors (alphabetical order)

  • Alex Yocom-Piatt
  • Amir Massarwa
  • bgptr
  • Guilherme Marques
  • JoeGruffins
  • Matheus Degiovani
  • Scott Christian
  • smartwojak
  • Victor Oliveira

dcrdex v0.1.5

This patch release provides several important bug fixes.

Please read the initial release (v0.1.0) notes for important information and instructions.

Client (dexc)

Features and Improvements

  • The user's account ID is now logged on connection and authentication with a DEX server. (8ce328)

Fixes

  • Fix a possible panic when reconfiguring a wallet that is not connected. (dfe4cd)

  • When resuming trades on startup and login, counterparty contract audits now retry repeatedly, as is the case when an audit request is initially received. This prevents a match from being incorrectly revoked on startup if the wallet/node fails to locate the counterparty contract immediately. (dfe4cd)

  • The client's database subsystem is always started first and stopped last. This is a prerequisite for the following wallet lock-on-shutdown change. (b4ef3f)

  • On shutdown of client Core, the wallets are now locked even if the PromptShutdown function is not used. This does not affect dexc users, only direct Go consumers of the client/core.Core type. (70044e)

  • Fix a possible interruption of the DEX reconnect loop if the config response timed out. (4df683)

  • Update the crypto/x/blake2 dependency to prevent silent memory corruption from the hash function's assembly code. (c67af3)

  • Handle orders that somehow lose their funding coins. Previously, such orders would forever be logged at startup but never retired, and any matches from such orders that required swap negotiation of other recovery would have been improperly abandoned. (a7b5aa)

Server (dcrdex)

There are no substantive server changes, just a few logging improvements.

Code Summary

11 commits, 13 files changed, 564 insertions(+), and 254 deletions(-)

https://github.com/decred/dcrdex/compare/v0.1.4...v0.1.5

3 contributors

  • Brian Stafford (@buck54321) (review)
  • David Hill (@dajohi) (blake2 fix)
  • Jonathan Chappelow (@chappjc)

latest releases: v1.6.3, v1.6.2
5 months ago