Dive into Github now:
Great! Thanks for sharing!
I’m not a Scala hacker, but I’ll try and build what I can on the weekend. In that case, there might be stumbling blocks and I’ll try to push them to the sparse readme. I see a silent edit on the github Wiki page, is there a plan of using this or the page on this site?
When I try to understand the red line of the code logic, one may try to fill in the function descriptions and so on. So do you follow any particular commenting standard? I suppose right now there’s more commented out code lines with // or /**/ or what’s convenient, and some print statements and such.
On the prettification side, one may pin repositories and add a header emoji, like with Lisk. And the capital letter W of the whitepaper repo itches me too - I’d literally reupload that one. Sorry for commenting on those less relevant things, I promise I only do it once
Also looking forward for the process of design, rationale for choosing leveldb etc.
Keep it up.
Hi guys, congratulations!
I just started the node locally and am now trying to access the web interface. However, I just get a WSOD with the following console output:
Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token < ui-opt.js:1 Uncaught ReferenceError: org is not defined (index):1 at (index):1
Or is there any other way to interact with the network right now?
Username @haggis on discord was saying
Not sure if he’s here already or what his handle is. But with that he also got his
[info] Running org.constellation.ConstellationNode
in no time.
yes, that’s me
Already made a mini PR as you suggested: https://github.com/Constellation-Labs/constellation/pull/120
@team Was there a point in time during the last month where the whole thing compiled to some minimal version of what it’s now? What I want to ask is if, to understand the code base, it makes sense to look at the code through time. I had actually seen @buckysballs repo from last year with the agents. Can the repo be said to fall into a few pieces that can be viewed in isolation?
Took me some digging to find that one out myself too.
Got the Node running, was neat.
in github, i think the testnet code dont show any meaningful things, does the github have realse all your code and evnt dont know show the tps or some other meaningful data ?
The information you’re looking for is most likely in the Whitepaper.
There’s hints of e.g. the
/dashboard-server repo which is private as of yet. In any case, data like the tps is more a network property when it’s up, rather than inherent to the code base.