This is the Developer's Guide for Fabric CA, which is a Certificate Authority for Hyperledger Fabric.
See User's Guide for Fabric CA for information on how to use Fabric CA.
You are welcome to contribute to Fabric CA!
The following are guidelines to follow when contributing:
See the general information about contributing to fabric.
To run the unit tests manually:
# cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/hyperledger/fabric-ca # make unit-tests
The test coverage for each package must be 75% or greater. If this fails due to insufficient test coverage, then you can run
gencov to get a coverage report to see what code is not being tested. Once you have added additional test cases, you can run
go test -cover in the appropriate package to see the current coverage level.
WARNING: Running the unit-tests may fail due to too many open file descriptors. Depending on where the failure occurs, the error message may not be obvious and may only say something similar to "unable to open database file". Depending on the settings on your host, you may need to increase the maximum number of open file descriptors. For example, the OSX default per-process maximum number of open file descriptors is 256. You may issue the following command to display your current setting:
# ulimit -n 256
And the following command will increase this setting to 65536:
# ulimit -n 65536
Please note that this change is only temporary. To make it permanent, you will need to consult the documentation for your host operating system.
See FVT tests for information on functional verification test cases.
Following are the steps to update cfssl package using version 1.0.8 of govendor tool.
Remove cfssl from vendor folder
Clone cfssl repo
Add cfssl from $GOPATH to the vendor folder
Remove sqlx package from cfssl vendor folder. This is because certsql.NewAccessor (called by fabric-ca) requires sqlx.db object to be passed from the same package. If we were to have sqlx package both in fabric-ca and cfssl vendor folder, go compiler will throw an error
Remove the packages that are added to the fabric-ca vendor folder that are not needed by fabric-ca
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