txJSON-RPC currently has the following dependencies:
If you want to develop for txJSON-RPC or use the latest code we’re working on, you can install from the sources. You’ll need bzr installed, and then just do the following:
$ bzr branch lp:txjsonrpc $ cd txjsonrpc $ sudo python setup.py install
You can use the setuptools easy_install script to get txSpore on your system:
$ sudo easy_install txJSON-RPC
You can manually download the source tarball from the Python Package Index by visiting the following URL:
You’ll need to untar and gunzip the source, cd into the source directory, and then you can do the usual:
$ sudo python setup.py install
Once installed, you can test the source code by executing this from the top-level source directory:
$ trial txjsonrpc
That will run the test suite and report on the success and failure of any unit tests.
In the top-level source directory for txJSON-RPC, there is an examples directory. This contains the following:
Examining each of the Python files in the example directories is the best way to get a sense of how to use txJSON-RPC.
TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
Changelog content for this version goes here.