cw-nameservice
cargo install cw-nameservice

cw-nameservice

Example contracts for using CosmWasm

by InterWasm

0.6.0 (see all)License:Apache-2.0
cargo install cw-nameservice
Readme

CosmWasm Examples

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This repo is a collection of simple contracts built with the cosmwasm framework. Smart contracts here are for only demonstration purposes, not production ready. Production grade smart contracts are collected under cw-plus.

This repo's organization is relatively simple. The top-level directory is just a placeholder and has no real code. And we use workspaces to add multiple contracts below. This allows us to compile all contracts with one command.

Usage:

The following contracts are available for use. For each of the contracts in contracts, you can view the source code under src and a precompiled wasm ready for deployment called contract.wasm.

Take a look here:

  • escrow - A basic escrow with timeout and partial release
  • erc20 - Basic implementation the erc20 interface for CosmWasm, as a base for token designers
  • nameservice - Simple name service application to buy names and map values to those names
  • voting - An example voting contract to create, manage, vote and deposit on polls
  • simple-option - A contract that replicates options in finance
  • cw20-pot - Basic smart contract using cw20 contact

You can get more info from README.md file in each of the contacts.

Development

Starting a contract

If you want to add a contract, first fork this repo and create a branch for your PR. I suggest setting it up via cw-template:

cargo generate --git https://github.com/CosmWasm/cw-template.git --name FOO

Then update the README.md to reflect your actual contract (just read the README.md in the autogenerated template - it explains a lot).

Preparing for merge

Before you merge the code, make sure it builds and passes all tests:

./devtools/build_test_all.sh

Once you pass these checks, please open a PR on this repo.

Release builds

On every tag release builds are automatically created and deployed to GitHub Releases.

You can build release artifacts manually like this, which creates a reproducible optimized build for each contract and saves them to the ./artifacts directory:

docker run --rm -v "$(pwd)":/code \
  --mount type=volume,source="$(basename "$(pwd)")_cache",target=/code/target \
  --mount type=volume,source=registry_cache,target=/usr/local/cargo/registry \
  cosmwasm/rust-optimizer:0.12.3 ./contracts/*/

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