On Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 12:00 PM, Tamas Blummer <ta...@bitsofproof.com> wrote:
> Once a single transaction in pruned in a block, the block is no longer
> eligible to be served to other nodes.
> Which transactions are pruned can be rather custom e.g. even depending on
> the wallet(s) of the node,
> therefore I guess it is more handy to return some bitmap of pruned/full
> blocks than ranges.

This isn't at all how pruning works in Bitcoin-QT  (nor is it how I
expect pruning to work for any mature implementation). Pruning can
work happily on a whole block at a time basis regardless if all the
transactions in it are spent or not.

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