@0xproject/migrations

0x smart contract migrations

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Migrations

Migrate the 0x system of smart contracts on the network of your choice using these migrations.

Contributing

We welcome improvements and fixes from the wider community! To report bugs within this package, please create an issue in this repository.

Please read our contribution guidelines before getting started.

Install dependencies

If you don't have yarn workspaces enabled (Yarn < v1.0) - enable them:

yarn config set workspaces-experimental true

Then install dependencies

yarn install

Build

To build this package and all other monorepo packages that it depends on, run the following from the monorepo root directory:

PKG=@0xproject/migrations yarn build

Or continuously rebuild on change:

PKG=@0xproject/migrations yarn watch

Clean

yarn clean

Lint

yarn lint

Migrate

V2-beta smart contracts

In order to migrate the V2-beta 0x smart contracts to Kovan using a Ledger Nano S, run:

yarn migrate:v2-beta-testnet

Note: Ledger settings contract data must be on, and browser support must be set to off.

Post-publish steps:

  1. Since we don't re-deploy the WETH9 nor ZRXToken contracts, manually copy over the artifacts for them from 2.0.0 into 2.0.0-beta-testnet and add the Kovan & ganache addresses to both of their networks sections.
  2. We now need to copy over the network 50 settings from the 2.0.0 artifacts to the 2.0.0-beta-testnet artifacts for the newly deployed contracts (e.g Exchange, ERC20Proxy, ERC721Proxy and AssetProxyOwner)

V2 (under development) smart contracts

In order to migrate the V2 (under development) 0x smart contracts to TestRPC/Ganache running at http://localhost:8545, run:

yarn migrate:v2

V1 smart contracts

In order to migrate the V1 0x smart contracts to TestRPC/Ganache running at http://localhost:8545, run:

yarn migrate:v1

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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