Weekly Dev Update #6
Weekly dev update for Y’all, a little late this week since we were busy writing papers
Split up service node pubkey from service node address
Service Node Deregister has progressed to the 3rd iteration which includes tightening down the registration protocol, fixing up loose-ends, integrating various endpoints together and approaching production level.
LLARP / Lokinet
If you’re lucky and join our Discord, you might also catch Jeff or Ryan the developers of LLARP live streaming as they code: https://www.twitch.tv/uguu25519 , https://www.twitch.tv/neuroscr
Progress continues on libllarp
DHT query iteration fix
Convert C files to C++, API clean up, IWP refactor
Outbound pump tweaks
Load Hidden Service set up from service.ini
DHT/Path builder now handles intro messages
Implement sending a collection of random paths as a pathset
DHT Router Contact search can now search for multiple contacts in one query
Clean DHT timeouts
Event Loop only run if we have traffic
Resend fragments support
Don’t disable private interface if used for NAT
Start on libllarp-platform refactor and dns library
Updated LLARP’s command line utility
Ability to set log level
Ability to display info on any RC file
GitHub Pulse Stats for the last week: Excluding merges, 3 authors have pushed 18 commits to master and 30 commits to all branches. On master, 124 files have changed and there have been 3,821 additions and 3,320 deletions.
Most changes can be found at
Current version: v0.0.1
Whitepaper V3 is out!
Wrapping up papers on Staking requirements and the economics of Loki, expect these two papers to be out very soon.
Loki Android Wallet
The Loki Android wallet is Out on the Play store!
Hotfixed a bug that was causing crashes when opening wallets in Android Oreo and above
Pull request for exporting transactions to a CSV file from the cli wallet. This feature will eventually be merged upstream to Monero.
Loki-gui has been pushed to 0.1.1 which includes the daemon hotfix (v0.1.1), updating some missing translations and a fix to make the QR code on the Receive Page scannable (previously unscannable due to the dark background).
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