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Holochain-rust version v0.0.3 released. Expect to see more information explaining the changes soon

0.0.3 Developer Preview release 2019-01-15 Overview

With this third developer preview release we crossed a number of important milestones:

Networking now works. Nodes can connect to each-other using our n3h networking component. The developer and production tooling that instantiates and runs holochain DNA, both for development and production, have made great leaps.

See the change log for further details.


This release consists of binary builds of the hc development command-line tool and holochain_container deployment container for different platforms. To install simply download and extract the binary for your platform, an make sure you also have zmq installed. See our installation quick-start instructions for details.

Note that for hc to build and test DNA for you will also need to make sure you have both Rust and nodejs installed:

Rust needs to be the nightly build, so use the following commands, once you have first installed Rust rustup toolchain install nightly rustup default nightly Also, if you are going to be developing Zomes in Rust, install the WASM build target for Rust, by running: rustup target add wasm32-unknown-unknown --toolchain nightly Node.js version 8 or higher Tests for Holochain apps are now written in Javascript and executed in Nodejs To read further, check out the holochain-nodejs module Which Binary?

You only need to download the binaries for your operating system... if you are on

MacOS use holochain-cmd-v0.0.3-x86_64-apple-darwin.tar.gz Linux use holochain-cmd-v0.0.3-x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu.tar.gz Windows mingw build system: holochain-cmd-v0.0.3-x86_64-pc-windows-gnu.tar.gz visual studio build system: holochain-cmd-v0.0.3-x86_64-pc-windows-msvc.tar.gz

Note that these binaries only work for 64 bit computers and operating systems, 32 bit systems will need to build from source.

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