The wind howled by me As I sat and watched the world; All but powerless
You need the
dotnet command line tools.
This project targets Net Core version 3.0 (preview 5).
Optionally, if you want to use TurtleCoin-Crypto as opposed to the native C# cryptography implementations, then you will also need to compile the turtlecoin-crypto-shared library from the link below and place the resulting file in the "Include" folder before compiling the solution.
Install the dotnet sdk from here - https://www.microsoft.com/net/download
Once this is installed, you should have access to the
dotnet executable from a standard cmd.
Alternatively you can attempt installing Visual Studio to install dotnet, however I found that it installed the wrong version for me.
Once you have the correct dotnet sdk installed (Verify by running
dotnet build or another of the below commands via CLI) you can interact with the project via Visual Studio, if you like.
To do so, open up the CantiLib.sln file in Visual Studio. To run the daemon, just hit the green arrow labeled Daemon. To run the tests, choose the Test menu, then Run, then All Tests.
Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, CentOS, RHEL, openSUSE
(There is a drop down box to choose the distro you are using)
Yep, it's a special snowflake edition
dotnet-sdkfrom the repos:
pacman -S dotnet-sdk
dotnet buildfrom this base directory.
This will launch the daemon.
The main code base is available in the
Copyright (c) 2018-2019 The TurtleCoin Developers Please see the included LICENSE file for more information.
Thank you to all the awesome developers who have made their software open source!
- The CryptoNote Developers, The ByteCoin Developers, The Monero Developers
- Andrey N.Sabelnikov (For his Epee serialization which was ported)
- The NewtonSoft Developers (For their excellent JSon library)
- The Microsoft Developers (For the Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.Core package)
- Eric Sink (For his bundle_green SQLite PCL package)
- Diego Alejandro Gómez (For his C# version of Groestl)
- Nabil S. Al Ramli (For his C version of OpenAES which we ported)
- Dominik Reichl (For his C# version of Blake256)
- Markku-Juhani O. Saarinen (For his C version of Keccak, which we ported)
- Alberto Fajardo (For his C# version of Skein)
- Pavel Kovalenko (For his tweaks to the C# version of Skein)
- Hongjun Wu (For his C version of JH, which we ported)
- Brian Gladman (For his C version of AESB which we ported)
(Will add more as added)
If we have used your software and incorrectly attributed you, or not attributed you, please let us know!