We have got a zink project after creating-zink-project, now it’s time to compile it to EVM bytecode!
# Enter our project cd my-awesome-project # Build the project elko build # Check the outputs ls target/zink my-awesome-project.wasm my-awesome-project.bin
you’ll see a
my-awesome-project.bin file under
target/zink, and that’s it!
elko compiles the cargo project to WASM with:
cargo b --target wasm32-unknown-unknown --release
then, there will be some logic inside
wasm-opt for our output
# if you have wasm-opt installed on your machine, you can try the same mkdir -p target/zink wasm-opt -O4 target/wasm32-unknown/unknown/release/my-awesome-project.wasm -o target/zink/my-awesome-project.wasm
finally we use
zinkc to compile the wasm to EVM bytecode:
# For reproducing it in your command line zinkc target/zink/my-awesome-project.wasm mv my-awesome-project.bin target/zink
- Generate the ABI as well.
- Add command for deploying the bytecode to EVM chain with RPC endpoints.
- Test suite