Solidity

Create your first contract

This command creates a hello-world Solidity contract with comments that you can observe and compile.
everdev sol create Contract

Compile

This command compiles and links a selected Solidity contract. After successful compilation you get .abi.json and .tvc files that you can later use in your DApps to deploy and run contract methods.
everdev sol compile Contract.sol
To save generated assembler code use -c option (default is false)
everdev sol compile Contract.sol -c path/to/output/file
Assembler code will be saved in path/to/output/file with the extension code
You can specify the output files location with the -o option:
everdev sol compile Contract.sol -o path/to/output/file

Ast

This command parses a ton-solidity file and creates an abstract syntax tree (AST) to the output directory.
everdev sol ast Contract.sol
To specify the ast format type, use -f or --format option:
everdev sol ast-json Contract.sol -f <json | compact-json>
To point the location of the output folder, use the -o or --output-dir option:
everdev sol ast-json Contract.sol -f <json | compact-json> -o path/to/output/file

Version

This command shows the currently installed Solidity compiler version.
everdev sol version

Update

This command updates the compiler and linker to the latest version.
everdev sol update
Attention! Use --force option to force update of components that do not update their version.

Set

This command sets the compiler and linker versions and downloads them if needed.
everdev sol set --compiler 0.38.0 --linker 0.23.54
Attention! Use --force option to force update of components that do not update their version.
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