Welcome to the third edition of Rust in Blockchain, the hypest newsletter about the hypest combination of technologies. Previous #1.
The first Rust in Blockchain meetup In Rust We Trust went very well on the 17th July in San Francisco. Thanks to all the speakers and the participants! If you want to speak on one of our forthcoming meetups, please apply here.
Account deletion #1107 @ilblackdragon: If account has less balance to support it for given number of blocks, anyone can initiate its deletion and receive reward for it.
CKB run requires block assembler code hash must be one of the system cells #1045 If block assembler is set, it must be one of the system cells, unless command option –allow-any-ba-code-hash is given.
Feat: Send a message to remote peer when disconnect #1246 @TheWaWaR Add a new p2p protocol StringMessageProtocol for sending simple string message; Send a message to a remote peer when disconnect.
Unnecessary protobuf requirement in Libra #5251 @garious found the problem that the libra codebase uses Google protobuf to send data to its metrics server. They stuffed Golang and protobuf into our Docker containers to move forward, but neither is actually used. Furthermore, those dependencies aren’t on our benchmarking servers and not on developer machines. Until they get those dependencies out, they can’t integrate Move into our top-level build.
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