shinohai: spyked: I was finally able to do trb press using esthlos-v - The bug seems to be in how it sorts patches, it errored out doing: Checking bitcoin-asciilifeform.2-https_snipsnip.vpatch against bitcoin-asciilifeform.1.vpatch.mod6.sig
shinohai: so if I rename those 4 asciilifeform patches "bitcoin-asciilifeform-1.vpatch" (removing the `.`) it works just fine.
shinohai: Will try to find offending bug, imho esthlos V is a very nice thing, just needs some polish.
spyked: neat find shinohai. if it mismatches sigs for patches with '.' in the name, then it might have something to do with the code that parses the .vpatch.name.sig portion of the filename
shinohai: That's what I was thinking, will eventually find where. Otherwise, as stated above I think it's a fine V implementation and worthy of further development.
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asciilifeform: shinohai: would need, at very least, keccak -- as-is it won't press anyffin written in past ~2y
shinohai: It has standalone keccak, I used my regrind keccak patches to test it.
shinohai: (I no longer have the sha512 vpatches for trb on my www)
asciilifeform: shinohai: afaik esthlos's vtron is still closest thing available to a working one in cl, but defo not complete.
asciilifeform: shinohai: fwiw i'm still using v.py w/ diana_coman's patch .
shinohai: Nah, it lacks ability to sync stuff, and no vdiff. Those two items are on my list to add at some point.
asciilifeform: sync ?!
shinohai: I was, up to this point using diana_coman 's vtools and vk.pl.
shinohai: perl V lets you do `v.pl i <url> and sync patches from mirror.
asciilifeform: shinohai: ftr i never used this and to this day think it was a misfeature.
shinohai: Currently I simply use bash script to sync things from my www, since I have all organised by <pkg><packages>/<seals>
asciilifeform: my orig. vtron had 0 net-accessing knobs and this was deliberate.
asciilifeform: loading things from net is a process entirely orthogonal to vtronics, and rly oughta be kept strictly separate and responsibility of user.
shinohai: I suppose I can see the wisdom in that tho.
asciilifeform quite often operates vtron on machines w/out net pipe.
shinohai: I actually tend to operate from LAN more than actually calling out to remote www - mirror of site sits locally for convenience.
asciilifeform: there are already traditional utils for grabbing these (e.g. 'rsync') tho
BingoBoingo: asciilifeform: When you get down there, we tested a much better route for rolling servers. Once the wheels make it to the Rambla, no intersections!
BingoBoingo: Which means no curbs