Solana Program Library
The Solana Program Library (SPL) is a collection of on-chain programs targeting the Sealevel parallel runtime. These programs are tested against Solana's implementation of Sealevel, solana-runtime, and deployed to its mainnet. As others implement Sealevel, we will graciously accept patches to ensure the programs here are portable across all implementations.
Full documentation is available at https://spl.solana.com TypeDocs: https://solana-labs.github.io/solana-program-library/token/js/
- Install the latest Solana tools from from https://docs.solana.com/cli/install-solana-cli-tools.
- Install the latest Rust stable from https://rustup.rs/. If you already have Rust, run
rustup updateto get the latest version.
- Install the
libudevdevelopment package for your distribution (
libudev-devon Debian-derived distros,
Build on-chain programs
# To build all on-chain programs $ cargo build-sbf # To build a specific on-chain program $ cd <program_name>/program $ cargo build-sbf
# To build all clients $ cargo build # To build a specific client $ cd <program_name>/cli $ cargo build
Unit tests contained within all projects can be run with:
$ cargo test # <-- runs host-based tests $ cargo test-sbf # <-- runs BPF program tests
To run a specific program's tests, such as SPL Token:
$ cd token/program $ cargo test # <-- runs host-based tests $ cargo test-sbf # <-- runs BPF program tests
Integration testing may be performed via the per-project .js bindings. See the token program's js project for an example.
Solutions to a few issues you might run into are mentioned here.
Failed to open: ../../deploy/spl_<program-name>.so
Update your Rust and Cargo to the latest versions and re-run
cargo build-sbfin the relevant
<program-name>directory, or run it at the repository root to rebuild all on-chain programs.
A working solution was mentioned here. Install libssl.
wget http://nz2.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/o/openssl/libssl1.1_1.1.1l-1ubuntu1.2_amd64.deb sudo dpkg -i libssl1.1_1.1.1l-1ubuntu1.2_amd64.deb
CPU or Memory usage at 100%
This is to be expected while building some of the programs in this library. The simplest solution is to add the
--jobs 1flag to the build commands to limit the number of parallel jobs to 1 and check if that fixes the issue. Although this will mean much longer build times.
$ cargo clippy
$ ./coverage.sh # Help wanted! Coverage build currently fails on MacOS due to an XCode `grcov` mismatch...
You may need to pin your grcov version, and then rustup with the apple-darwin nightly toolchain:
$ cargo install grcov --version 0.6.1 $ rustup toolchain install nightly-x86_64-apple-darwin
SPL programs are currently tagged and released manually. Each program is versioned independently of the others, with all new development occurring on master. Once a program is tested and deemed ready for release:
- Increment the version number in the program's Cargo.toml
- Generate a new program ID and replace in
cargo build-sbf <program>to update relevant C bindings. (Note the location of the generated
spl_<program>.sofor attaching to the Github release.)
- Open a PR with these version changes and merge after passing CI.
Create Github tag
Program tags are of the form
Create the new tag at the version-bump commit and push to the
solana-program-library repository, eg:
$ git tag token-v1.0.0 b24bfe7 $ git push upstream --tags
Publish Github release
- Go to GitHub Releases UI
- Click "Draft new release", and enter the new tag in the "Tag version" box.
- Title the release "SPL vX.Y.Z", complete the description, and attach the
- Click "Publish release"
Publish to Crates.io
Navigate to the program directory and run
to test the build. Then run
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