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Mazzaroth Derive Library

The Mazzaroth Derive Library is a rust library that defines the macros used to compile Mazzaroth Smart Contracts and generate the JSON ABI.

How to use

The first step to using this library is to include the necessary dependencies. The following 3 dependencies should be included in your Cargo.toml:

mazzaroth-rs mazzaroth-rs-derive mazzaroth-xdr

Every contract will have a similar base layout for the main function and the contract trait definition. main() is used as the entry point and has several important features. It will instantiate the contract, call a host function to retrieve function input, execute the function, and return a response.

Here is a basic Hello World contract example:

// must include the ContractInterface and mazzaroth_abi for compiling the macro
extern crate mazzaroth_rs;
extern crate mazzaroth_rs_derive;
use mazzaroth_rs::ContractInterface;
use mazzaroth_rs_derive::mazzaroth_abi;

// using specific external host modules
use mazzaroth_rs::external::{transaction, log};

pub fn main() {
    // panic hook is set to call the host error log function when a panic occurs

    // Creates a new instance of the ABI generated around the Contract
    let mut contract = HelloWorld::new(Hello {});

    // Use a host function to get arguments
    let args = transaction::arguments();

    // Execute calls one of the functions defined in the contract
    // Input for the function to call and it's params comes from the Runtime
    let response = contract.execute(&args).unwrap();

    // Provide return value through host call

// mazzaroth_abi used to generate the contract from the trait during compilation
pub trait HelloWorldContract {
    // hello() defined as a readonly function
    fn hello(&mut self) -> u32;

// Struct used to implement the contract trait
pub struct Hello {}

// Actual contract implementation
impl HelloWorldContract for Hello {
    fn hello(&mut self) -> u32 {
        log("Hello World!".to_string());

Attribute Macros


Macro used to mark the trait that defines the mazzaroth contract