Encry is a distributed digital asset platform supporting smart contracts in non turing-complete Prism language (https://github.com/EncryFoundation/PrismLang) and custom asset issuing.
PrismLang - Contract-oriented scripting language designed specially for EncryCore.
1) Running Latest release
At first, you should download latest release from this page, your target in
EncryCore.jar. Make sure that you have a compatible Java Runtime Environment 1.8 or later (64-bit version, you can find official guide here). Once download is complete, you should navigate to the folder where
EncryCore.jar is located and execute the following command:
$ java -jar EncryCore.jar
To run this app with additional configurations you should execute the following command:
$ java -jar EncryCore.jar file_with_your_configurations.conf
List of default configs you can find in:
2) Compiling from source
To run EncryCore node you need JRE 1.8 or later (64-bit version, you can find official guide here) and sbt(Simple build tool for scala and java applications, official guide) to be installed. If you running a Windows machine, please make sure, that you have git client installed.
Configuration file is
$ git clone https://github.com/EncryFoundation/EncryCore.git
$ cd EncryCore
$ git checkout master
$ sbt run
- After successful installation using any of the described methods above you will have node CLI(command line interface) in opened terminal, description of the valid CLI commands can be found below.
- Description of node's api can be found here
Interacting with CLI
You can interact with your node using command line interface. Note that generic command structure is:
[GROUP_NAME] [COMMAND] -[ARGUMENT_1]=[VAL_1] -[ARGUMENT_2]=[VAL_2]
If you just have installed node, to check that everything is fine you can run :
Here is list of the other valid commands:
| Group name | Command | Argument | Meaning |------------|------------------------|-----------------|-------------------------------- | node | shutdown | None | Shutdown the node | node | stopMining | None | Node stops mining | node | startMining | None | Node starts mining | wallet | pubKeys | None | Print available public keys | wallet | privKeys | None | Print available private keys | wallet | addrs | None | Print available addresses | wallet | createKey | None | Add key to storage | wallet | balance | None | Show balance of current wallet | wallet | transfer | addr, amount | Transfer `amount` to `addr`ess | wallet | createToken | fee, amount | Creates new token | wallet | createKey | None | Creates new account | wallet | fromSeed | Seed | Creates new account from seed | peer | removeFromBlackList | host, port | Remove peer from black list | peer | addPeer | host, port | Add peer to 'knownPeers' | peer | all | None | Get all peers in the system | peer | connected | None | Get all connected peers | peer | banned | None | Get all banned peers | peer | ban | host, port | Ban peer | app | info | None | Show info about your node | app | help | None | Show all supported commands | history | getTxById | Id | Get transaction by 'Id' | history | getLastHeaders | Number | Get last 'Number' headers | history | getLastHeaderIds | Number | Get header at height 'Number' | history | getHeaderById | Id | Get header by 'Id' | history | getFullBlock | Id | Get block by 'Id' | history | getTxById | None | Get block candidate | app | info | None | Show info about your node | app | help | None | Show all supported commands
$ sbt test
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