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Install

From Source

Clone the repository in the appropriate GOPATH subdirectory:

$ mkdir -p $GOPATH/src/github.com/mosaicnetworks/
$ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/mosaicnetworks
[...]/mosaicnetworks$ git clone https://github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble.git

The easiest way to build binaries is to do so in a hermetic Docker container. Use this simple command:

[...]/babble$ make dist

This will launch the build in a Docker container and write all the artifacts in the build/ folder.

[...]/babble$ tree build
build/
├── dist
│   ├── babble_0.1.0_darwin_386.zip
│   ├── babble_0.1.0_darwin_amd64.zip
│   ├── babble_0.1.0_freebsd_386.zip
│   ├── babble_0.1.0_freebsd_arm.zip
│   ├── babble_0.1.0_linux_386.zip
│   ├── babble_0.1.0_linux_amd64.zip
│   ├── babble_0.1.0_linux_arm.zip
│   ├── babble_0.1.0_SHA256SUMS
│   ├── babble_0.1.0_windows_386.zip
│   └── babble_0.1.0_windows_amd64.zip
└── pkg
    ├── darwin_386
    │   └── babble
    ├── darwin_amd64
    │   └── babble
    ├── freebsd_386
    │   └── babble
    ├── freebsd_arm
    │   └── babble
    ├── linux_386
    │   └── babble
    ├── linux_amd64
    │   └── babble
    ├── linux_arm
    │   └── babble
    ├── windows_386
    │   └── babble.exe
    └── windows_amd64
        └── babble.exe

Go Devs

Babble is written in Golang. Hence, the first step is to install Go version 1.9 or above which is both the programming language and a CLI tool for managing Go code. Go is very opinionated and will require you to define a workspace where all your go code will reside.

Dependencies

Babble uses Glide to manage dependencies. For Ubuntu users:

[...]/babble$ curl https://glide.sh/get | sh
[...]/babble$ glide install

This will download all dependencies and put them in the vendor folder.

Testing

Babble has extensive unit-testing. Use the Go tool to run tests:

[...]/babble$ make test

If everything goes well, it should output something along these lines:

?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/babble     [no test files]
ok      github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/common     0.015s
ok      github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/crypto     0.122s
ok      github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/hashgraph  10.270s
?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/mobile     [no test files]
ok      github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/net        0.012s
ok      github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/node       19.171s
ok      github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/peers      0.038s
?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/proxy      [no test files]
ok      github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/proxy/dummy        0.013s
ok      github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/proxy/inmem        0.037s
ok      github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/proxy/socket       0.009s
?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/proxy/socket/app   [no test files]
?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/proxy/socket/babble        [no test files]
?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/service    [no test files]
?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/src/version    [no test files]
?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/cmd/babble     [no test files]
?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/cmd/babble/commands    [no test files]
?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/cmd/dummy      [no test files]
?       github.com/mosaicnetworks/babble/cmd/dummy/commands     [no test files]