setruntimeparam allows invalid parameter for autosubscribe

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asked Apr 1, 2018 by Alexoid

2 Answers

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Noted - thanks for the comment. We'll aim to fix in the next maintenance release.
answered Apr 2, 2018 by MultiChain
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Version 1.0.5 of MultiChain has just been released, and it should fix this.
answered Jun 7, 2018 by MultiChain
Same issue for startup parameter -autosubscribe, but I don't know how much input validation you want to provide here.

Just FYI.
OK, thanks. There is a broader question of command line parameter validation that this is just a part of. For now we have adopted a liberal policy where unknown parameters and invalid values for them are ignored.
Ok. Maybe this is a special case, since the invalid value is not completely ignored since it is returned when querying getruntimeparams.