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0.0.4 Sep 21, 2023

#616 in Network programming

MIT/Apache and LGPL-3.0-or-later

75KB
2K SLoC

fdev

A crate for local development purposes.

Local node example

In order to explore a contract in local mode you need to compile and run the local-node executable. The executable requires a number of input parameters, you can run local-node local-node-cli --help in order to see the different options. Here is an example running the CLI:

./fdev run-local --input-file /tmp/input --terminal-output --deser-format json "/home/.../freenet/crates/http-gw/examples/test_web_contract.wasm"

Contract state builder example

In order to build an initial state for data or web you need to compile and run the build_state executable. The executable requires a number of input parameters, you can run local-node contract-state-builder --help in order to see the different options. Here are some examples running the CLI:

./fdev build [--input-metadata-path] --input-state-path contracts/freenet-microblogging/view/web --output-file contracts/freenet-microblogging-web/freenet_microblogging_view --contract-type view

./fdev build [--input-metadata-path] --input-state-path contracts/freenet-microblogging/model/ --output-file contracts/freenet-microblogging-data/freenet_microblogging_model --contract-type model

Follow the instructions under the help command when running the tool in console mode to see the different options and commands to interact with the contract.

Dependencies

~39–77MB
~1.5M SLoC