ENS+IPFS ❤ DevOps - Static Websites on the Distributed Web
Soy Contracts is the source code for Soy's public ENS resolver and a low level JS interface to the contracts.
# Yarn$ yarn add soy-contracts# npm$ npm install --save soy-contracts
The two contract's are named exports and are:
ENS: The main ENS registry contract, source.
SoyPublicResolver: Soy's public resolver implementation, source
For more details about API for each contract, refer to Truffle's documentation and the source above.
Deploying and Configuring Test Contracts
const SoyPublicResolver ENS = ;const rootNode = web3utils;const provider = web3currentProvider;const accounts = await web3eth;const txOps = from: accounts0 ;ENS;ENS;SoyPublicResolver;SoyPublicResolver;const registryContract = await ENS;const resolverContract = await SoyPublicResolver;await registryContract;
Please read through our contributing guidelines. Included are directions for coding standards, and notes on development.
Deploying a new Public Resolver
NB: For maintainers only
.env file in
packages/soy-contracts and add
INFURA_API_KEY="Some api key"WALLET_MNEMONIC="Team's wallet mnemonic"
Then follow below:
# Build a fresh set of contract assets$ yarn build# Test local deployment for issues, you'll need ganache running on the computer$ yarn truffle deploy# If everything goes well, run for each network$ yarn truffle deploy --network ropsten$ yarn truffle deploy --network rinkeby# Check current [gas prices]() and update# `truffle-config.js`'s mainnet configuration$ yarn truffle deploy --network mainnet# When done, update the network locations in `src/SoyPublicResolver.js` with new addresses