bitcoincore review – How do I set up IRC bouncer to receive messages and follow the discussion while I am offline?

On some IRC channels such as #bitcoin-core-dev there are third party managed conversation logs so you can follow the conversation from when you were offline without setting up a bouncer. However, I don’t think (at the time of writing, September 2020) that there are conversation logs for the #bitcoin-core-pr-reviews channel except for the weekly meeting which is logged on the Bitcoin Core PR review club site. You definitely can’t receive messages whilst you are offline.

There are various options to set up a bouncer but in the interests of simplicity I will just outline one assuming you followed the instructions here to install Textual on MacOS.

You will need a virtual private server (VPS) to be running 24/7 to log the discussion and receive messages on your behalf and then you can connect to that server whenever you come back online. This will require a monthly subscription.

So your first step is to choose a VPS provider. One easy to use option is Digital Ocean but there are others that perform the same function and will be equivalently priced. (We generally avoid product recommendations on this site so please excuse this counterexample.) You can connect directly to your VPS/Digital Ocean Droplet using the instructions here. There is a tutorial for setting up SSH keys here.

Once you have set up your VPS you will need to install ZNC on that server. Instructions for doing that are here.

Instructions for connecting your Textual client to the ZNC bouncer are here.

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code review – FactorInteger snippet works, but use of Sow/Reap/Print is clunky

This is a code review or de-clunking request. If it doesn’t belong here,
I’ll withdraw it. The below toy works and produces the proper output,
that is, for numbers to be factored that can be expressed as a^b-1, it
factors the factors of a^x-1, and in doing so renders some numbers factorable
in a reasonable time, by producing a list of numbers with exponents < x. For
example, I stopped the still in-progress FactorInteger(10^270-1) after 2 weeks;
using below for 10^270-1 takes about 5 seconds. So the issue is that the
tbl = Reap … section (and maybe more) looks like it could use improvement
that is currently beyond me.
Much obliged.

The tbl= section prints the symbolic factors of h^mu-1, then prints for each the corresponding (numeric) factor of 10^mu-1. Then it tries to FactorInteger those numbers. At least, if it stalls, the problem number has already been printed. E.g., try mu=540.
The j= section combs through the FactorInts (which are the 4th part of each tbl sublist),
grouping by prime factor and summing exponents, that is, reassembling into
FactorInteger format w/each prime factor appearing once.

The formula for Carmichael Lambda was lifted from
MathWorld: CarmichaelFunction.html

Clear(tbl, tblFI, b, k, mu, cm, cmL, cmLFI)
mu = 27;
k = Factor(h^mu-1);
b = 10;

Print(h^mu, "-1 = ", k); Print(" ")

tbl = Reap(     
                 Print(Sow(k((i)) /. h->b)),
                 Print(Sow(Apply(Times, Map((Superscript(#((1)), #((2)))) &, q=FactorInteger(k((i))/. h->b))));" "),
            {i, Length(k)}  
            )((2))  // Flatten(#, 1)&  // Partition(#, 4)&

Times @@(#((1))^#((2)) & /@ Flatten( tbl((All, 4)), 1)) == b^mu-1  (* They'd better == *)  

j = (Total /@ SortBy(GroupBy(Flatten(tbl((All, 4)), 1), First), First)) ((All, 2)) ; 
tblFI = Partition(Riffle(Keys(j), Values(j)), 2)   
cmL = LCM @@ (cm=Map((#1((1))-1)#1((1))^(#1((2))-1)&, tblFI)); 
Print("cmL(", h^mu, "-1, h(RightArrow)", b,") = LCM @@ ", cm, "= ",  cmL)
cmLFI = FactorInteger(cmL); 
Print(" = ", Apply(Times, Map((Superscript(#((1)), #((2)))) &, cmLFI))); 
Print("FI(", h^mu, "-1, h(RightArrow)", b,") = ", Apply(Times, 
Map((Superscript(#((1)), #((2)))) &, tblFI)))

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How do I join the Bitcoin Core PR review club meetings on IRC?

I would like to learn about reviewing Bitcoin Core pull requests at the Bitcoin Core PR review club. How do I join the ##bitcoin-core-pr-reviews channel on IRC and which IRC client do you recommend I install?

I can use the command line but I would prefer to maximize convenience and minimize setup time.

bitcoincore development – How do I build and review a Bitcoin Core GUI pull request?

It is difficult to answer this question as I don’t know what your current skillset is. You will need some basic command line and Git experience and you will need a GitHub account. I will assume these as prerequisites for the sake of brevity.

(There is a great free introduction from Tracy Osborn to command line here. There is a free Codeacademy course on Git here.)

I will take an example PR from the Bitcoin Core GUI repo (PR 86) which was opened by hebasto, a Bitcoin Core contributor, adding a Tor icon to the GUI. At the time of writing (September 2020) it is open but it will hopefully be merged in the near future. Once it is merged hebasto may delete this branch (200902-tor) but this example will be illustrative regardless. You need to locate and build the branch that the PR author has been working on.

Top of the PR page

To build hebasto’s PR branch (200902-tor) you can click on it and then you will be on hebasto’s fork of the Bitcoin Core GUI repo. You will need to clone hebasto’s fork. You do this by clicking the green Code button and then clicking on the link you need to clone. In this case it is

hebasto fork of Bitcoin Core GUI repo

Once you have the link you need to clone go to your Terminal and use the git clone command. In this example it will be:

 git clone 

Before you clone it you can choose where to clone it. Using mkdir and cd commands you can make a new directory and change to that directory before you run the git clone command.

Once you have successfully cloned hebasto’s fork you can checkout hebasto’s PR branch (200902-tor) using:

git checkout 200902-tor

Now you are ready to follow the Bitcoin Core build instructions for your operating system e.g. (MacOS, Unix, Windows etc)

If you are building the GUI remember to use the --with-gui flag when you ./configure


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