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[05:16] <stellar-slack> "age" : 105373
[05:17] <stellar-slack> do I need to keep 'n' history to make this appear reasonable?
[05:17] <stellar-slack> If so, please define the minimum 'n'.
[05:18] <stellar-slack> (sry can't be fucked looking up how to italic the n)
[05:18] <stellar-slack> this is on 'dirty', if that's relevant
[05:36] <stellar-slack> what do you mean?
[09:07] <sacarlson> hi, I'm liking what I see in stellar so far as far as documentation. I was surprized to find that the ruby-client-lib isn't working so I'm now writing a simple on for just payments
[09:08] <sacarlson> I was also looking for documents on this escrow or signed payments. I saw something on facebook but nothing in the documents I've looked at so far
[09:21] <sacarlson> also is there a stellar-client for the browser setup for testnet someplace? I thought I saw it before
[10:44] <stellar-slack> @sacarlson https://github.com/stellar/stellar-client just change configuration to point to test net. If you're looking for a client for the new network check interstellar: https://github.com/stellar/interstellar-client it's in heavy development so things may not work.
[10:46] <sacarlson> I'm looking for one that's already running on a server
[10:46] <sacarlson> like this one is on live https://launch.stellar.org/
[10:47] <stellar-slack> I'm afraid there is no client (run by sdf) that works with test net. But it's really easy to start one on your machine (gulp develop).
[10:47] <sacarlson> I"ve been making good progress on my ruby it's almost running
[10:48] <sacarlson> I guess I'll just live with curl to check ballances then for now
[10:50] <stellar-slack> Yes, here are api docs https://www.stellar.org/api/ i thought you needed client with a gui
[10:56] <stellar-slack> @sacarlson BTW the Ruby lib you were trying is built to work with a new network. You can find more information about it here https://www.stellar.org/galaxy/
[10:57] <sacarlson> I've looked there didn't see any other ruby stuf
[10:57] <sacarlson> for client
[10:57] <sacarlson> there is one on github that they link to that doesn't work
[10:57] <sacarlson> mine is almost working
[10:59] <sacarlson> this one is broken https://github.com/stellar/ruby-stellar-lib
[11:00] <sacarlson> I should have read the top line in the readme before I installed it ha ha
[11:00] <sacarlson> STATUS: this library is very early and incomplete. The examples provided do not work, yet
[11:01] <sacarlson> when mine are working they will here https://github.com/sacarlson/pokerth_accounting
[11:01] <stellar-slack> Are you building something for the old network or the new network?
[11:02] <sacarlson> I plan to hook to all of them I guess
[11:02] <sacarlson> I hope the api doen't change too much
[11:02] <sacarlson> I originaly was going to hook to ripple but very little support there
[11:03] <sacarlson> is there any info on escrow mulit signing contracts? I had hoped to also integrate that into my poker accounting system
[11:03] <stellar-slack> We will be switching to a new network in the next few months and turning off the old network. So IMHO you should target to a new network. And BTW rather then building your ruby client you can contribute to ours :)
[11:04] <sacarlson> well I"m not a very good programer I'm not sure you will like my stuf
[11:05] <sacarlson> but you are welcome to take what you find is usefull from what I publish
[11:10] <sacarlson> info on my project can be seen here https://github.com/sacarlson/pokerth_accounting/wiki
[13:59] <sacarlson> looks like my ruby client payment worked but when I check the balance after I send it, I only see the ballance change by 10, the 25 I sent seems to not get added to the transaction
[14:01] <sacarlson> maybe the value is an integer that is divided by 10E6?
[14:01] <sacarlson> I'll try a biger value
[14:06] <sacarlson> never mind it seems to be working
[14:06] <sacarlson> I'll publish it as is
[14:07] <sacarlson> so I have all I need. it makes payments and can check balance
[14:27] <stellar-slack> sacarlson: https://github.com/stellar/stellar-core/blob/master/src/transactions/readme.md
[14:27] <stellar-slack> that describes our multisig support
[14:28] <sacarlson> oh cool I'll give that a read. I hope there are some example transactions
[14:30] <stellar-slack> also look at this: https://github.com/stellar/js-stellar-lib/tree/master/docs
[14:32] <sacarlson> well that was a start but it failed to show a curl example transaction. at least now it looks like it has the feature I want much like we had in bitcoin
[14:33] <sacarlson> you documentation is prity good. much better than Ripple as far as I found so far
[15:11] <sacarlson> I went ahead and published my https://github.com/sacarlson/pokerth_accounting/blob/master/class_payment.rb that seems to be working. not tested too much yet. I'll integrate it into my poker tomaro
[15:12] <sacarlson> and thanks for you help stellar-slack. I'll be keeping my eyes on you guys
[15:45] <stellar-slack> cool :)
[22:06] <stellar-slack> Hi @bartek when you say new you mean the stellar-core that should replace stellard network, correct?
[22:41] <stellar-slack> albundy: yeah
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