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Dapp tools by DappHub Chat

Hello!

dapptools is a suite of Ethereum focused CLI tools following the unix design philosophy, favoring composability, configurability and extensibility.

This repository contains the source code for several programs hand-crafted and maintained by DappHub, along with dependency management, courtesy of Nix.

  • dapp - all you need Ethereum development tool. Build, test, fuzz, formally verify, debug & deploy solidity contracts.
  • seth - Ethereum CLI. Query contracts, send transactions, follow logs, slice & dice data.
  • hevm - Testing oriented EVM implementation. Debug, fuzz, or symbolically execute code against local or mainnet state.
  • ethsign - sign Ethereum transactions from a local keystore or hardware wallet.

Installation

Install Nix if you haven't already:

# user must be in sudoers
curl -L https://nixos.org/nix/install | sh

# Run this or login again to use Nix
. "$HOME/.nix-profile/etc/profile.d/nix.sh"

Then install dapptools:

curl https://dapp.tools/install | sh

This configures the dapphub binary cache and installs the dapp, solc, seth and hevm executables.

You can also install an individual tool with

nix-env -iA <tool> -f $(curl -sS https://api.github.com/repos/dapphub/dapptools/releases/latest | jq -r .tarball_url)

If you instead want to build from master, change the url to https://github.com/dapphub/dapptools/archive/master.tar.gz.

Prebuilt hevm binary

Static binaries for linux and macos of hevm are available for each release at https://github.com/dapphub/dapptools/releases.

Most functionality is available out of the box, but for symbolic execution you will need solc and (z3 or cvc4 (or both)).

Getting started

For more information about the tools, consult the individual README pages:

seth dapp hevm ethsign

or use the --help flag for any tool.

We're also happy to answer any questions at https://dapphub.chat/.

Examples

Deploy a Hello world contract and call it:

export ETH_RPC_URL=https://mainnet.infura.io/v3/$YOUR_API_KEY
export ETH_FROM=$YOUR_ADDRESS
echo 'contract Hello { function hi() public pure returns(string memory) {return "Hello, World!";}}' | solc --bin -o . --overwrite -
HELLO=$(seth send --create $(<Hello.bin))
seth call $HELLO "hi()(string)"

Debug the first transaction of the latest block in the interactive debugger:

export ETH_RPC_URL=https://mainnet.infura.io/v3/$YOUR_API_KEY
seth run-tx $(seth block latest transactions | jq .'[0]' -r) --debug

If Vitaliks next transaction were a contract deployment, calculate the address it would be deployed at:

export ETH_RPC_URL=https://mainnet.infura.io/v3/$YOUR_API_KEY
dapp address 0xab5801a7d398351b8be11c439e05c5b3259aec9b $(seth nonce 0xab5801a7d398351b8be11c439e05c5b3259aec9b)

Symbolically explore the possible execution paths of a call to dai.transfer(address,uint):

seth bundle-source 0x6b175474e89094c44da98b954eedeac495271d0f > daisrc.json && \
hevm symbolic --address 0x6b175474e89094c44da98b954eedeac495271d0f --rpc $ETH_RPC_URL  --debug --sig "transfer(address,uint256)" --json-file daisrc.json

Contributing

Contributions are always welcome! You may be interested in the architecture of this repository.


built with nix


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