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txwrapper-core

Tools for FRAME chain builders to publish chain specific offline transaction generation libraries.

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Overview

The polkadot.js based txwrapper suite of packages provides chain builders with the tools to quickly create, test, and maintain a library of helper functions for offline transaction generation with their chain. End users can then use these chain specific packages to create an offline transaction workflow. (We sometimes refer to chain specific libs as txwrappers.)

For example, those looking to construct a transaction offline on Polkadot would require @substrate/txwrapper-polkadot. @substrate/txwrapper-polkadot is built by requiring @substrate/txwrapper-core, @substrate/txwrapper-registry, @substrate/txwrapper-substrate and re-exporting utilities and dispatchables relevant to Polkadot.

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Modules

End user examples

Click here for examples on how to use txwrappers for constructing, signing, and decoding transactions.

Chain builder guide

Click here to find our guide for chain builders. The guide explains how to make a chain specific txwrapper.

Develop, contribute, and maintain

Develop

Install dependencies:

yarn install

Build all packages:

yarn run build

Contribute

We welcome contributions!

Before submitting your PR, make sure to run the following commands

Run all tests:

yarn run test

Run the linter:

yarn run lint

# or to automatically fix warnings:

yarn run lint --fix

Maintenence

Yarn

Txwrapper-core runs on yarn berry. It is a package manager local to the repo, and requires updating from time to time. The releases for yarn berry can be found here. Below are the steps to updating yarn.

$ yarn set version <version>
$ yarn
$ yarn dedupe

Release & Publishing

Preparation

  1. Ensure that your version of npm is 7 or above. Check with npm --version and, if needed, upgrade with npm install -g npm (which may need to be prefixed with sudo depending on the permissions set on your global node_modules folder). If this is not true, an empty binary will be pushed on publish.

  2. Checkout a branch name-update-deps.

  3. In order to update all the polkadot-js dependencies and resolutions, run yarn up '@polkadot/*'.

  4. Ensure there are no issues by running the following commands. If any type errors occur due to the updated dependencies, please file an issue here.

    yarn run build
    yarn dedupe
    yarn run test
    yarn run lint
  5. If all tests pass and all packages build successfully, commit your changes with the following format fix(types): Update polkadot-js deps to get the latest types. Then push your branch up to Github for review, then merge. The release tooling takes care of bumping the version so no need for a manual update (see below).

Publishing

This libraries release process uses Lerna, and the following below is required to have a successful release.

  • N.B. Ensure you have GH_TOKEN env variable set to a GitHub personal access token (PAT) so lerna can publish the release on github.

  • The publisher will need publishing permissions to the @substrate npm org.

  1. Make sure you're logged in to npm using npm login.

  2. Make sure to be in the main branch, and git pull origin main.

  3. Before deploying a new release run the following sanity checks.

    yarn run build
    yarn run test
  4. Deploy the new release. It is important to note there will be a step that asks you to confirm whether or not the version bump is correct. Please confirm with the maintainers the suggested versions are correct.

    yarn run deploy

    NOTES:

    This repo requires signed and verified commits, so when using a yubikey there are several points where you are required to sign a commit while Lerna sets up the github release. The output from Lerna won't warn you that you have to sign it, so the deploy step will error if you forget. I'd advise keeping an eye on your Yubikey; it'll start flashing when it's needed to sign something.

    If you don't sign a commit in time and get an error, you may need to "undo" some steps:

    • If a new commit was created locally, git reset --hard HEAD~1 to undo it.
    • If a new tag was created locally, git tag -d <new-version> to remove it.
    • If lerna-debug.log was created, rm -rf lerna-debug.log to remove it.

    If you forget to login to NPM, the GitHub steps will all complete successfully, but the publishing step will fail. In that case, you can do the following:

    • run yarn run build to ensure that all packages are built and ready to be published (This is important; yarn run deploy does this for us, but if we skip to publishing, we must ensure that the packages are in a good state ourselves).
    • run npx lerna publish from-package to publish the packages.

    If you don't have the permissions you need on the GitHub repository, you may find that you're able to push a tag but not the actual commit. In this case, you can delete the version tag on GitHub with git push origin :<new-version>.

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