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internal/ethapi: accept both hex and decimal for blockCount #23363

merged 1 commit into from Aug 10, 2021


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@zsfelfoldi zsfelfoldi commented Aug 9, 2021

This PR allows both hex and decimal formats for the blockCount input parameter eth_feeHistory API.

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@karalabe karalabe left a comment

Nonononon :D

Please make a new type rpc.DecimalOrHex inside rpc/types.go and add a custom JSON unmarshaller, similar to

@@ -87,8 +87,23 @@ type feeHistoryResult struct {
GasUsedRatio []float64 `json:"gasUsedRatio"`

func (s *PublicEthereumAPI) FeeHistory(ctx context.Context, blockCount hexutil.Uint, lastBlock rpc.BlockNumber, rewardPercentiles []float64) (*feeHistoryResult, error) {
oldest, reward, baseFee, gasUsed, err := s.b.FeeHistory(ctx, int(blockCount), lastBlock, rewardPercentiles)
func (s *PublicEthereumAPI) FeeHistory(ctx context.Context, blockCount interface{}, lastBlock rpc.BlockNumber, rewardPercentiles []float64) (*feeHistoryResult, error) {
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@rjl493456442 rjl493456442 Aug 9, 2021

Perhaps defining the rpc.HexUintOrUint type to resolve the value from the json stream is better?

@zsfelfoldi zsfelfoldi requested review from fjl and holiman as code owners Aug 9, 2021
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@karalabe karalabe added this to the 1.10.7 milestone Aug 10, 2021
@karalabe karalabe merged commit 97bd6cd into ethereum:master Aug 10, 2021
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