build: add armhf/aarch64 gitian builds
- create a script to handle split debug. This will also eventually need to check targets, and use dsymutil for osx. - update config.guess/config.sub for bdb for aarch64. - temporarily disable symbol checks for arm/aarch64 - quit renaming to linux32/linux64 and use the host directly This also adds a hack to work around an Ubuntu bug in the gcc-multilib package: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gcc-defaults-armhf-cross/+bug/1347820 The problem is that gcc-multilib conflicts with the aarch toolchain. gcc-multilib installs a symlink that points /usr/include/asm -> /usr/include/x86_64-linux-gnu/asm. Without this link, gcc -m32 can't find asm/errno.h (and others), since /usr/include/x86_64-linux-gnu isn't in its default include path. But /usr/include/i386-linux-gnu is (though it doesn't exist on disk). So work around the problem by linking /usr/include/i386-linux-gnu/asm -> /usr/include/x86_64-linux-gnu/asm. The symlink fix is actually quite reasonable, but echoing the password into sudo is nasty, and should probably be addressed in gitian itself. It makes more sense to enable passwordless sudo for the build user by default.
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Use the raw transactions API to send coins received on a particular address (or addresses).
Specific tools for developers working on this repository.
Contains the script
github-merge.py for merging github pull requests securely and signing them using GPG.
Tool to verify that every merge commit was signed by a developer using the above
Construct a linear, no-fork, best version of the blockchain.
A Linux bash script that will set up traffic control (tc) to limit the outgoing bandwidth for connections to the Bitcoin network. This means one can have an always-on bitcoind instance running, and another local bitcoind/bitcoin-qt instance which connects to this node and receives blocks from it.
Utility to generate the pnSeed array that is compiled into the client.
Contains files used to package bitcoind/bitcoin-qt for Debian-based Linux systems. If you compile bitcoind/bitcoin-qt yourself, there are some useful files here.
Notes on getting Gitian builds up and running using KVM.
PGP keys used for signing Bitcoin Core Gitian release results.
Scripts and notes for Mac builds.
RPM spec file for building bitcoin-core on RPM based distributions
Utilities to generate test vectors for the data-driven Bitcoin tests.
This script attempts to download and verify the signature file SHA256SUMS.asc from bitcoin.org.