Meeseeker Op Timestamps - 0.0.5

in utopian-io •  7 days ago

As of 0.0.5, op results contain a timestamp field. This field was missing because it's not really part of the op, but it makes sense to add it so if your app actually needs it, there's no need to do an additional look up. In steemd, account history already has it for similar reasons.

In addition to this change, I had to switch to internal handling of the operation streams. This is primarily because timestamp is not available unless requesting the entire block, which is abstracted away by steem-ruby. This results in a slight performance improvement because I can ask for the entire block without needing to request block headers (fewer API calls).

So, the only change clients will see is the addition of timestamp in the result, for example, from redis-cli, if we wanted to get an op:

$ redis-cli> get steem:31069068:ea222fa499b8f284e31c2ca92d876696941b94d2:0:custom_json

Special thanks to @emrebeyler for requesting this change. It's great to know that devs are using this tool in their projects.

To update your gem:

gem update meeseeker

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Hello, @inertia!

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Thank you for your review, @lordneroo! Keep up the good work!

Thanks for the fast update!

For my use case, I have needed a way to listen specific custom jsons (by id) and report them in a discord channel.

Since uses asyncio, all your client code must use async libraries. Using sync libraries in a event loop never ends well. That requirement eliminates all python clients of steem. (except maybe asyncsteem of @pibara, but I have a negative bias to twisted :P).

Keeping that in my mind, I thought meeseeker may have a use case here since using redis in an async way is much easier on discord bots, (aioredis) plus, meeseeker remove some boilerplate code to parse, filter new transactions in the blockchain.


Perfect use case. I hope that works out.

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