Bitcoin Core integration/staging tree

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Overview

Bitcoin Core integration/staging tree

https://bitcoincore.org

For an immediately usable, binary version of the Bitcoin Core software, see https://bitcoincore.org/en/download/.

Further information about Bitcoin Core is available in the doc folder.

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is an experimental digital currency that enables instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority: managing transactions and issuing money are carried out collectively by the network. Bitcoin Core is the name of open source software which enables the use of this currency.

For more information read the original Bitcoin whitepaper.

License

Bitcoin Core is released under the terms of the MIT license. See COPYING for more information or see https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT.

Development Process

The master branch is regularly built (see doc/build-*.md for instructions) and tested, but it is not guaranteed to be completely stable. Tags are created regularly from release branches to indicate new official, stable release versions of Bitcoin Core.

The https://github.com/bitcoin-core/gui repository is used exclusively for the development of the GUI. Its master branch is identical in all monotree repositories. Release branches and tags do not exist, so please do not fork that repository unless it is for development reasons.

The contribution workflow is described in CONTRIBUTING.md and useful hints for developers can be found in doc/developer-notes.md.

Testing

Testing and code review is the bottleneck for development; we get more pull requests than we can review and test on short notice. Please be patient and help out by testing other people's pull requests, and remember this is a security-critical project where any mistake might cost people lots of money.

Automated Testing

Developers are strongly encouraged to write unit tests for new code, and to submit new unit tests for old code. Unit tests can be compiled and run (assuming they weren't disabled in configure) with: make check. Further details on running and extending unit tests can be found in /src/test/README.md.

There are also regression and integration tests, written in Python. These tests can be run (if the test dependencies are installed) with: test/functional/test_runner.py

The CI (Continuous Integration) systems make sure that every pull request is built for Windows, Linux, and macOS, and that unit/sanity tests are run automatically.

Manual Quality Assurance (QA) Testing

Changes should be tested by somebody other than the developer who wrote the code. This is especially important for large or high-risk changes. It is useful to add a test plan to the pull request description if testing the changes is not straightforward.

Translations

Changes to translations as well as new translations can be submitted to Bitcoin Core's Transifex page.

Translations are periodically pulled from Transifex and merged into the git repository. See the translation process for details on how this works.

Important: We do not accept translation changes as GitHub pull requests because the next pull from Transifex would automatically overwrite them again.

Issues
  • ci: Prefix artifacts names with insecure_ as CI cannot be trusted

    ci: Prefix artifacts names with insecure_ as CI cannot be trusted

    https://github.com/bitcoin-core/gui-qml/pull/73#discussion_r738302994:

    wouldn't it be good to prefix the artifact name with insecure_, as the CI can't be trusted?

    https://github.com/bitcoin-core/gui-qml/pull/73#discussion_r738303781:

    Wouldn't it be a better UX to move the file to a top level directory first?

    Wouldn't it be better to name the file insecure_gui.exe or so?

    All of the comments above are addressed in this PR.

    Links to compressed executable binaries for this PR:

    • Windows: https://api.cirrus-ci.com/v1/artifact/build/4507530693967872/insecure_win_gui.zip
    • macOS: https://api.cirrus-ci.com/v1/artifact/build/4507530693967872/macOS%2010.15%20[gui,%20no%20tests]%20[focal]/insecure_mac_gui/insecure_mac_gui.tar.gz
    opened by hebasto 15
  • Add ProgressIndicator control

    Add ProgressIndicator control

    Add and use the ProgressIndicator control. It can be seen as a more light version of the ProgressBar control.

    The example captures mouse clicks to update the progress.

    Windows macOS

    UX 
    opened by promag 15
  • QML GUI Reproducibility Tracker

    QML GUI Reproducibility Tracker

    We've had several build system changes (#2, #19, #23, #27, #30) and since the merge of #27 and #30, GUIX builds should work for all targets. Let's test this here, and confirm that hashes match up at this stage.

    Build system 
    opened by jarolrod 14
  • Introduce Wizard control

    Introduce Wizard control

    Introduces the wizard control which will hold all of the onboarding views. A convenient demo can be found here: onboarding-wizard-demo

    The demo shows the following views: onboarding-flow

    Windows macOS Android

    opened by jarolrod 11
  • Introduce the StorageOptions component and TextButton control

    Introduce the StorageOptions component and TextButton control

    This introduces the StorageOptions component which represents the storage options page as designed in the main design file.

    This component reuses the OptionButton control by making modifications to it. We refactor the OptionButton control to reuse the Header control instead of specifying separate labels. This simplifies the control itself.

    The demo of this component can be found here: storageoptions-demo. In the demo, theStorageOptions component is added to our stack. Now that there are several elements in the stack, we need some navigation. Therefore, this also introduces the TextButton control which represents text based buttons such as the "back" navigation button and the "detailed settings" button. This added TextButton control is then given the text "< Back" and added to the header of our ApplicationWindow. When clicked, this button will rewind the stack. Only visible when the currentIndex of the stack is < 0.

    Images of added elements | StorageOptions | Back Button | |-----------------|--------------| | Screen Shot 2022-01-04 at 12 26 53 PM | Screen Shot 2022-01-04 at 12 26 57 PM |

    Windows macOS Android

    opened by jarolrod 10
  • Sync with the main repo

    Sync with the main repo

    Sync with the main repo up to https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/commit/369978686e156ad34df703f1e60bd90aeaa8f2d6.

    To avoid merge conflicts, 22 commits have been reverted following the commit history. The first 15 of them belong to bitcoin-core/gui-qml#87.

    20 of them have been cherry-picked back in order of their initial appearance in the commit history.

    Commit 7fd3c9181892cba2841ec3cfa56551039d971610 "build, qt: Add RISC-V detection" is no longer needed as it has been implemented in the upstream.

    Commits 26ce35fbe0d1b34641d0f885f8a5217e41b246b4 "build, qml: Fix compiling with GCC 11" and 95b80c07206e0354061feb58b7578d519ce0e05b "Avoid applying of a patch with fuzz 1" have been combined into a new single commit "build, qml: Fix compiling with GCC 11".

    A "build" part of the commit "qml, build, doc: Allow import QtQuick.Layouts" has been moved into the "build, qml: Add qtdeclarative module" commit.

    Also Qt Quick module versions were bumped according to Qt 5.15.2.

    An excerpt from Qt "Configure summary" on Fedora 35:

    Qt QML:
      QML network support .................... no
      QML debugging and profiling support .... no
      QML just-in-time compiler .............. yes
      QML sequence object .................... yes
      QML XML http request ................... no
      QML Locale ............................. yes
    Qt QML Models:
      QML list model ......................... yes
      QML delegate model ..................... yes
    Qt Quick:
      Direct3D 12 ............................ no
      AnimatedImage item ..................... yes
      Canvas item ............................ yes
      Support for Qt Quick Designer .......... yes
      Flipable item .......................... yes
      GridView item .......................... yes
      ListView item .......................... yes
      TableView item ......................... yes
      Path support ........................... yes
      PathView item .......................... yes
      Positioner items ....................... yes
      Repeater item .......................... yes
      ShaderEffect item ...................... yes
      Sprite item ............................ yes
    Qt Quick Controls 2:
      Styles ................................. Default Fusion Imagine Material Universal
    Qt Quick Templates 2:
      Hover support .......................... yes
      Multi-touch support .................... yes
    

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    Windows macOS Android

    opened by hebasto 9
  • Make working progress bar

    Make working progress bar

    • This PR makes the progress bar on the block sync page work.
    • This was done by introducing a new private member in the NodeModel class.

    Screenshots:

    Master

    Screenshot from 2021-12-28 11-38-51

    PR (at different instances)

    |60680 Blocks|65344 Blocks|69744 Blocks| |----|----|----| |Screenshot from 2021-12-28 11-35-27|Screenshot from 2021-12-28 11-35-34|Screenshot from 2021-12-28 11-35-41|

    opened by shaavan 8
  • doc: Add run information to README instructions

    doc: Add run information to README instructions

    The README was missing the run step after the build information. When I was setting up my local environment I found this missing step a bit confusing as to how to actually get the QML GUI running, so I think it would be good to include here.

    image

    opened by secondl1ght 7
  • ci: Make Win64 static bitcoin-qt.exe available from CI task

    ci: Make Win64 static bitcoin-qt.exe available from CI task

    This PR makes bitcoin-qt.exe available for downloading from CI for each PR.

    This should make testing PRs by designers a bit easier.

    If this idea will work for Windows, the similar approach can be expected for macOS binaries.

    A link to download: https://api.cirrus-ci.com/v1/artifact/build/4640743399620608/bitcoin_qt.zip

    To get the unique 4640743399620608 identifier, one can follow the links as depicted on screenshots:

    DeepinScreenshot_select-area_20211027182527

    DeepinScreenshot_select-area_20211027182558

    DeepinScreenshot_select-area_20211027182648

    DeepinScreenshot_select-area_20211027182725

    UX 
    opened by hebasto 7
  • Document goals and limitations of this repo

    Document goals and limitations of this repo

    It should be clear for new contributors what are goals of this repo, and what are its limitations.

    Some limitations are obvious -- as QML module is not a part of depends for now, only builds with system packages are available.

    Also, as this repo is experimental, it seems reasonable to limit systems on which code is tested. My suggestion is:

    • latest Ubuntu LTS
    • latest Ubuntu
    • latest macOS

    As for goals, I reiterate my suggestion to adopt the Bitcoin Design Guide and follow it.

    Doc 
    opened by hebasto 7
  • [DO NOT MERGE] Onboarding views + OpenGL

    [DO NOT MERGE] Onboarding views + OpenGL

    This PR is for testing purpose only to provide designers with CI built binaries for supported platforms.

    It combines bitcoin-core/gui-qml#33 and bitcoin-core/gui-qml#124.

    Windows macOS Android

    opened by hebasto 6
  • ci: Add

    ci: Add "macOS arm64" task

    This PR adds "macOS arm64" task which creates a downloadable binary for macOS systems based on Apple M1.

    Windows macOS x86_64 macOS arm64_64 Android

    The downloaded file on macOS M1:

    % lipo -info ./Downloads/insecure_mac_arm64_gui
    Non-fat file: ./Downloads/insecure_mac_arm64_gui is architecture: arm64
    

    IMPORTANT NOTE

    macOS M1 requires all binaries must be signed. To apply ad-hoc code signing to the downloaded insecure_mac_arm64_gui, run:

    % codesign -s - ./Downloads/insecure_mac_arm64_gui  
    
    opened by hebasto 0
  • qml: Add DropShadow to the OptionSwitch indicatorButton

    qml: Add DropShadow to the OptionSwitch indicatorButton

    Ported #111 to this PR.

    This PR rebase #111 on the current master.

    Notes:

    • I successfully compiled the updated PR on Ubuntu 22.04 using Qt version 5.15.3.
    • To successfully compile and run the PR, I had to install an additional library.
    sudo apt install qml-module-qtgraphicaleffects
    
    • I have created a convenient demo for checking that the drop shadow works correctly. Drop Shadow onboarding test branch cherry-picks this PR over the #124.
    • If, in the demo, the color of the drop shadow is too subtle to perceive, try experimenting with changing the color of the drop shadow to get high contrast. For example:
                 spread: 0.0
                 samples: 21
    -            color: "#00000040"
    +            color: "#7900fffc"
                 source: indicatorButton
             }
         }
    
    opened by shaavan 1
  • In consideration of `initerrormessage.qml`

    In consideration of `initerrormessage.qml`

    Issue with Dialog

    On master, and when the initerrormessage window is displayed, if the user were to click on the underlying ApplicationWindow (this would be the white space outside of the dialog) the Dialog containing the initerrormessage will disappear. This leaves the user with no way to quit the application other than to quit from the terminal or quit from the window exit button (if there is one, depending on the window manager used).

    | Init Error Message Pops up | Click on area outside dialog | | ------------------------------------ | -------------------------------------- | | Screen Shot 2022-06-05 at 7 31 27 PM | Screen Shot 2022-06-05 at 7 31 43 PM |

    This should not happen, and is a good first issue!

    Design Considerations

    Along the design side, how user friendly is it to only open up this small window? Instead what if we opened up the main window and made the dialog pop up as so:

    init-error-proposal

    This expresses more efficiently that "The application attempted to run, but ran into a fatal error, and here is the error"

    Bug 
    opened by jarolrod 0
  • Introduce `PeersIndicator` component

    Introduce `PeersIndicator` component

    The reference design: https://bitcoindesign.github.io/Bitcoin-Core-App/assets/images/block-clock-connection-states-big.png

    Design features implementation:

    • [x] a single blinking dot
    • [x] dots are lit up proportional to the count of the outbound peers

    Looking for designers' Concept (N)ACK, and developers' notes regarding QML code.

    Windows macOS Android

    opened by hebasto 6
  • Handle undefined active state in Header control

    Handle undefined active state in Header control

    Currently, when checking if the subtext or description labels should be active, the Header control doesn't handle the case where, for example, root.description is undefined. Here, we handle the case using nullish coalescing.

    Nullish Coalescing has been available since Qt5.15, which is our currently required Qt version for the purposes of this repo.

    Note to reviewers, make sure to test with static builds.

    Windows macOS Android

    opened by jarolrod 6
  • Onboarding views

    Onboarding views

    This PR adds the views for the onboarding wizard.

    • The First commit:
      • modifies the Header.qml and TextButton.qml files.
      • It adds options not to wrap text in Header.qml. This is used later in the Introduction.qml file, which needs text in a straight line.
      • It adds options to bold the text and right-align it in the TextButton.qml. This feature is used later to properly align the button’s text on the Developer Options page.
    • The Second commit:
      • Adds the Information.qml file
      • This is a modified version of Settings.qml.
      • Instead of a switch button, this allows having text in its place.
      • The text could also double as a hyperlink if the link is provided.
    • The Third commit:
      • Adds the first three pages of onboarding wizard:
        • Onboarding01a.qml: Bitcoin core App

    Screenshot from 2022-06-01 18-58-49

        - Onboarding01b.qml: About Options
    

    Screenshot from 2022-06-01 19-00-52

        - Onboarding01c.qml: Developer Options
    

    Screenshot from 2022-06-01 19-01-24

    - This also adds the onboarding01.qml file, which works as the connector between the above 3 pages.
    - Adds the AboutOptions.qml and DeveloperOptions.qml file:
        - The AboutOptions.qml file displays the list of options present on the About Options page. And it utilizes the Information.qml file mentioned above to create those sets of options.
        - The DeveloperOptions.qml file creates options on the 01c page.
    
    • The Fourth commit:
      • Adds the onboarding02.qml: Strengthen the bitcoin page

    Screenshot from 2022-06-01 19-30-50

    - The node web image is temporarily replaced with the Bitcoin core App icon.
    
    • The Fifth commit:
      • Adds the onboarding03.qml: The block clock page

    Screenshot from 2022-06-01 19-09-04

    - The block clock image is temporarily replaced with the Bitcoin core App icon.
    
    • The Sixth commit:
      • Adds the onboarding04.qml: Storage Locations

    image

    - This commit also adds StorageLocation.qml component file. This file contains the two options displayed on the page.
    
    • The Seventh commit:
      • Adds the following two pages in the onboarding wizard:
        • onboarding05a.qml: “Storage”

    image

        - onboarding05b.qml: “Storage settings.”
    

    image

    - The onboarding05.qml page works as the connector between the above two pages.
    - This commit also adds the StorageSettings.qml component page, which contains the list of settings for the 05b.qml page.
    
    • The Eight commit:
      • Adds the last two pages on the onboarding wizard.
        • onboarding06a.qml: “Connection”

    image

        - onboarding06b.qml: “Connection settings”
    

    image

    - This also adds the onboarding06.qml file, which functions as the connector between the abovementioned pages.
    - This commit updates the ConnectionSettings.qml file to display all the list of settings mentioned in the design file.
    
    • The Ninth commit:
      • Updates the stub.qml file to display the onboarding wizard.

    Windows macOS Android

    UX 
    opened by shaavan 20
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