I’m using bitshares wallet in both linux and windows. While the GUI wallet is very intuitive for most users including me, the command line version is definitely more stable and less resource intensive, and thus more suitable to be left open for days.
Therefore, my best strategy is opening bitshares_client in server mode + web_wallet. However, I found that it is just too complex to tell others to do so, and the ‘http_start_server’ command is not enough to do the magic. Suggestions
If I can have two commands:
1. http_start_server, which will runs everything you need to have a web_wallet in your own browser
2. http_stop_server, which can close the web_wallet interface when I don’t need it, and thus leave the command line wallet open to make everything stay in sync.
In brief, I'm suggesting the following startegy:
1. run the core of BTS wallet as a service in the background to make everything stay in sync with the lowest resource consumption
2. opens up the shell, whether command line or GUI, for user interface only when it is needed.