by Satinder Grewal | back
i use a start script that contains the pubkey with QT wallet like komodod supports. it works exactly same as native komodo daemon
@SHossain thought I continue here since the next chat is more relevant to Shurli.
That’s what I’m trying to do now
the idea is to start SHURLI0
then generate a transparent and private address
gather the public key
and the private keys
then show those in the SHURLI web UI in settings page
and beside the supported wallet icons on Dashboard, show a button saying “Launch Wallet” or something like that
and start the QT wallet using the pubkey obtained from SHURLI0
once the wallet starts in GUI, ask the user to copy the private key and import in the QT wallet GUI
I actually need to try that importprivkey part again and see if I try to import the privkey from cli does it still show the rescuing part UI part in QT GUI
if it does, then can also execute the import private key command from the GUI as well, just completing the wallet setup as well
I think that will help the newbie users a lot
and right now testing this with existing PoC web GUI
and adding this API call to my subatomic go package/library
so it will be seamlessly usable in my Flutter code as well in gRPC API
I can just bundle the OceanQT wallet along with other komodod and komodo-cli binaries with Shurli
okay, confirmed. importing private key from cli or API command shows the rescanning info box on QT GUI
can now handle of importing/dumping privkey etc in backend code
on the other updates, which I shared with users on keybase, I did small progress on Flutter and gRPC side of code too. I accept it’s very slow progress, but something nonetheless.
Able to call gRPC calls on Flutter on both Desktop and mobile Android App for subatomic gRPC setup
so with the next application server/client based architecture setup mobile subatomic swaps could be possible too.
It’s just the Alice side client GUI
the Bob side server GUI will be made once Alice side is done
I used the GUI style idea from @Pwnz he shared sometime ago.
I did not had any other GUI style idea, so just tried his style :stuck_out_tongue: