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APIV2 refactoring #23

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commented Mar 15, 2019

Introducing the v2 api is demonstrating some places where the separation of concerns between crates could be much better, so taking the opportunity to do a refactoring. Will update this with a description of the new crate structure and the reasoning behind it before merging.

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@yeastplume yeastplume changed the title [WIP] APIV2 refactoring APIV2 refactoring Mar 17, 2019

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commented Mar 17, 2019

Okay, so what's happened here is:

  • Split up the previous refwallet into 2 crates, currently called impls and controller. impls mostly contains concrete implementations of the traits found in libwallet. controller just contains logic to handle command line args and control the listener APIs. It was necessary to split these up to avoid circular dependencies in the api crate, which will need to use the types in impls to create self-testing rpc api doc tests.
  • Move the implementations of the owner and foreign APIs into libwallet. All the api layers do now is unlock/open the wallet before calling the implementations. This was needed to allow internal code to call api functions directly, again without creating circular dependencies.

@yeastplume yeastplume merged commit db01596 into mimblewimble:master Mar 17, 2019

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