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An adapter between thor-restful and eth-rpc.

Project description

Web3-gear    Gitter

Proxy Thor's RESTful API to Eth JSON-RPC, to support Remix, Truffle and more (You should give priority to using Thor's RESTful API).

Working with Thor Builtins will make Web3-Gear more usable.

Quick Start

Installation

On OS X

  • Python 3.6+ support
  1. Install the system-dependecies

    brew install openssl
    export CFLAGS="-I$(brew --prefix openssl)/include $CFLAGS"
    export LDFLAGS="-L$(brew --prefix openssl)/lib $LDFLAGS"
    
  2. Installation of Web3-Gear and it's dependent Python packages via PyPI

    pip3 install web3-gear
    

On Ubuntu

  • Python 3.6+ support
  1. Install the system-dependecies

    sudo apt-get install build-essential libssl-dev python-dev
    
  2. Use a virtual environment to isolate your web3-gear project

    python3 -m venv thor-venv
    source thor-venv/bin/activate
    
  3. Installation of Web3-Gear and it's dependent Python packages via PyPI

    pip3 install web3-gear
    

Note that you can activate and deactivate your virtual environment now

source thor-venv/bin/activate
deactivate

See https://docs.python.org/3/library/venv.html for more information

On Windows

  • Python 3.6 support
  1. Install Visual C++ Build Tools.

  2. Install scrypt-py use the precompiled wheels.

  3. Installation of Web3-Gear and it's dependent Python packages via PyPI

    pip3 install web3-gear
    

Run

Installing through pip will make the web3-gear command available on your machine (must run thor client first.)

web3-gear

This will run web3-gear on 127.0.0.1:8545.

You can change its default behavior with the following parameters:

  • host: rpc service host, eg: --host 127.0.0.1
  • port: rpc service port, eg: --port 8545
  • endpoint: thor restful service endpoint, eg: --endpoint http://127.0.0.1:8669
  • keystore: keystore file path, eg: --keystore /Users/(username)/keystore), default=thor stand-alone(solo) built-in accounts
  • passcode: passcode of keystore, eg: --passcode xxxxxxxx
  • debug: bool default=false, whether to display debug logs, eg: --debug true
  • log: bool default=false, whether to display rpc logs, eg: --log false

Use Remix

Change the Remix environment to Web3 provide.

Use Truffle

  • Truffle 4.0.6+ support

Modify the configuration of truffle first(truffle.js):

module.exports = {
    networks: {
        development: {
            host: "localhost",
            port: 8545,
            network_id: "*" // Match any network id
        }
    }
};

Then you can use truffle's command line tool.

There are some projects based on truffle, can use them for testing:

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