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Expanse Go

Expanse Go Client, by Christopher Franko (forked from Jeffrey Wilcke (and some other people)'s Expanse Go client).

      | Linux   | OSX | ARM | Windows | Tests

develop | | | | |
master | | | | |

Automated development builds

The following builds are build automatically by our build servers after each push to the develop branch.

Building the source

For prerequisites and detailed build instructions please read the
Installation Instructions
on the wiki.

Building gexp requires both a Go and a C compiler.
You can install them using your favourite package manager.
Once the dependencies are installed, run

make gexp


Go Expanse comes with several wrappers/executables found in
the cmd directory:

  • gexp Expanse CLI (expanse command line interface client)
  • bootnode runs a bootstrap node for the Discovery Protocol
  • exptest test tool which runs with the tests suite:
    /path/to/test.json > exptest --test BlockTests --stdin.
  • evm is a generic Expanse Virtual Machine: evm -code 60ff60ff -gas 10000 -price 0 -dump. See -h for a detailed description.
  • disasm disassembles EVM code: echo "6001" | disasm
  • rlpdump prints RLP structures

Command line options

gexp can be configured via command line options, environment variables and config files.

To get the options available:

geth help

For further details on options, see the wiki


If you'd like to contribute to go-expanse please fork, fix, commit and
send a pull request. Commits who do not comply with the coding standards
are ignored (use gofmt!). If you send pull requests make absolute sure that you
commit on the develop branch and that you do not merge to master.
Commits that are directly based on master are simply ignored.

See Developers' Guide
for more details on configuring your environment, testing, and
dependency management.

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