MimbleWimble update from Litecoin
An update has been made on Litcointalk by one of the developers on the MimbleWimble update. The MimbleWimble implementation is going to benefit users more in the private sector. This update was made by David Burkett who is the lead developer of the project.
He had previously published a blog post on the MimbleWimble project, He just made an update on this already published item.
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Below is his addition to the thread.
After months of planning, development of the mimblewimble extension block has officially started! My efforts this month focused mostly around restructuring the core logic that will be shared between Grin++ and LTC. This involves all of the logging, serialization, crypto, error handling, and common data structures (headers/blocks/txs).
Most of this was already written for Grin++, but since some parts were hurriedly coded on a tight time schedule, I’m using this opportunity to go over every line with a fine-tooth comb. As part of this, I’m standardizing patterns that were originally followed inconsistently, backfilling missing tests, and adding better documentation.
The LTC priorities for January will be:
- Determine build method – Since the code will now be spread across a few repos, a slightly more complex build process is necessary. I’m still figuring out the best way to handle this, but am currently leaning toward a simplified version of libbitcoin’s build system (https://github.com/libbitcoin/libbitcoin-build 11)
- Define all LTC models – Determine the exact fields and serialization format of the headers & kernels (including signatures)
- Move the database implementations over to libmw-core, cleanup to match new standards, and add full tests.
I also will be working on a faster sync mechanism for Grin next month, which LTC will directly benefit from.”
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