Some developers might have noticed that python-graphene and python-bitshares are still pretty much in development.
That said, I finally got to figure out (thanks to @abitmore) how to derive transaction ids from a given transaction on the blockchain and quickly implemented this feature in python-bitshares.
From release 0.5.7 of python-graphene and with the next release of python-bitshares (currently in
develop branch), you can obtain the transaction id of any transaction by simply:
from bitshares.block import Block from bitsharesbase.signedtransactions import Signed_Transaction block = Block(23743383) tx = Signed_Transaction(**block["transactions"]) print(tx.id)
Signed_Transaction expects keywords with identical names as on the blockchain, which explains the use of
** in front of the dictionary.
tx is an internal method that derives the transaction id accordingly.
The resulting ids are similar to the ones derived by the
cli_wallet and indexed by cryptofresh.com.
In the future, I intend to put more updates on libraries whenever nice features are included (such as the proposal subsystem of pybitshares which was released without further announcements ;D)