Another awesome thing is that
liquidity supports Reason syntax, so now you can write both your contracts and your tests in Reason
Checkout this blogpost for how to use
npm install -g sliq
sliq --contracts contracts/Demo.reliq --tests tests/
NB! The first time you run
sliq it pulls the required docker image from docker hub. It's about 182MB, so it takes a little while.
option default wat -- --contracts - Location of contract(s). Can be a single contract file or a folder. Can be passed multiple times. --tests - (required) Location of test(s). Can be a single test file or a folder. Can be passed multiple times. --help - Display usage information. --verbose -v - Verbose output --version - Sliq version