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Nano (RaiBlocks) Python RPC client for rai_node

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This library contains a python wrapper for the Nano (RaiBlocks) RPC server which tries to make it a little easier to work with by converting RPC responses to native python ones and exposing a pythonic api for making RPC calls.

Also included are utilities such as converting rai/xrb and interesting accounts

Installation

pip install nano-python

Documentation

https://nano-python.readthedocs.io/

RPC client

You can browse the available RPC methods list or check the RPC Client API documentation for examples of usage.

>>> import nano
>>> rpc = nano.rpc.Client('http://localhost:7076')
>>> rpc.version()
{
    'rpc_version': 1,
    'store_version': 10,
    'node_vendor': 'RaiBlocks 9.0'
}
>>> rpc.peers()
{
    '[::ffff:75.171.168.5]:7075': 4,
    '[::ffff:108.44.38.183]:1032': 4
}

Conversion

>>> from nano import convert
>>> convert(12, from_unit='XRB', to_unit='raw')
Decimal('1.2E+31')

>>> convert(0.4, from_unit='krai', to_unit='XRB')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
ValueError: float values can lead to unexpected
precision loss, please use a Decimal or string
eg. convert('0.4', 'krai', 'XRB')

>>> convert('0.4', from_unit='krai', to_unit='XRB')
Decimal('0.0004')

Known Accounts / Constants

>>> from nano import GENESIS_BLOCK_HASH
>>> GENESIS_BLOCK_HASH
'991CF190094C00F0B68E2E5F75F6BEE95A2E0BD93CEAA4A6734DB9F19B728948'
>>> from nano import KNOWN_ACCOUNT_IDS
>>> KNOWN_ACCOUNT_IDS['xrb_1ipx847tk8o46pwxt5qjdbncjqcbwcc1rrmqnkztrfjy5k7z4imsrata9est']
'Developer Fund'
>>> from nano import KNOWN_ACCOUNT_NAMES
>>> KNOWN_ACCOUNT_NAMES['Burn']
'xrb_1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111hifc8npp'

Development

Setup

virtualenv venv
source venv/bin/activate
pip install -r requirements.pip -r requirements-dev.pip
python setup.py develop

Running tests

# regular
pytest

# coverage
./coverage

Building docs

cd docs

# generate once
make html

# live building
make live

Making a release

vim CHANGELOG.rst # update changes

bumpversion [major|minor|patch]

python setup.py upload

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