DISCLAIMER: the rubidity gem version is different from the rubidity built into the facet vm / app and i (Gerald Bauer) am NOT affiliated with facet computing inc. (middlemarch et al) or paid to work on the rubidity gem.
Rubidity & Rubysol - Rubies for Layer 1 (L1) Contracts / Protocols with "Off-Chain" Indexer
This is a rubidity & rubysol sandbox by Gerald Bauer
The idea here is to experiment with rubidity "off-chain" and if time permits break the "majestic rails rubidity monolith" also known as "facet vm" (formerly "ethscriptions vm") up into easier to (re)use modules.
For example, why not bundle up a "core" language "rubidity" gem with no dependencies on any blockchain and break out "core / standard" contracts samples and database (SQL) and runtime modules or such.
What's in a name? See What's Rubidity!? What's Rubysol!? »
For an alternate approach that look's at the "majestic rails rubidity monolith" code as-is (that is, not suggesting new or alternate syntax or semantics) and simply tries to break out and start to (re)package / modular-ize code in "place holder" gems (waiting for adoption by the founders) such as 0xfacet and 0xfacet-typed and 0xfacet-rubidity see Rubidity O.G. (Dumb Contracts) Public Code Review / (More) Tests / Gems & More »
Aside - Rubidity vs Rubysol - What's the difference (in a nutshell)?
- Rubidity tries to be as close as possible in syntax to solidity and
- Rubysol tries to be as close as possible in syntax to ruby
The first published modules / gems include:
rubidity-typed- "zero-dependency" 100%-solidity compatible data type machinery incl. (frozen) string, address, uint, int, enum, struct, array, mapping, and more for rubidity - ruby for layer 1 (l1) contracts / protocols with "off-chain" indexer
solidity-typed (formerly known as rubidity-typed) - "zero-dependency" 100%-solidity compatible data type and application binary interface (abi) machinery incl. bool, (frozen) string, address, bytes, uint, int, enum, struct, array, mapping, event, and more for solidity-inspired contract (blockchain) programming languages incl. rubidity, rubysol et al
rubidity ("next")- ruby for layer 1 (l1) contracts / protocols with "off-chain" indexer
rubysol - (formerly known as rubidity ("next")) ruby for layer 1 (l1) contracts / protocols with "off-chain" indexer
rubysol-contracts - standard contracts (incl. erc20, erc721, etc) for ruby for layer 1 (l1) with "off-chain" indexer
uniswap - core uniswap v2 (dumb) contracts for ruby (rubysol) for layer 1 (l1) with "off-chain" indexer
programming-uniswap - programming (decentralized finance - defi) uniswap v2 contracts article series, the ruby / rubysol edition
punks - 10 000 punks - the facet (dumb) contract edition v1 / v2 (in ruby / rubysol / rubidity)
rubidity-classic- rubidity classic / o.g. contract builder; trying the impossible and square the circle, that is, a rubidity "classic / o.g." dsl builder generating rubidity "more ruby-ish" contract classes.
rubidity - (formerly known as rubidity classic) rubidity "classic / o.g." contract builder; trying the impossible and square the circle, that is, a rubidity "classic / o.g." dsl builder generating rubysol "more ruby-ish" contract classes.
datauris - helpers to parse (decode) and build (encode) data uris incl. base64-encoded images and more
calldata - Calldata.encode / Calldata.decode using utf8_to_hex and hex_to_utf8 helpers and more for inscriptions / inscribes for ethereum & co
ethscribe - inscription (ethscription calldata) api wrapper & helpers for ethereum & co.
scribelite - inscription / inscribe (ethscription calldata) database for ethereum & co; let's you query via sql and more
rubidity-simulacrum- run (dumb) blockchain contracts in rubidity (with 100%-solidity compatible data types & abis) on an ethereum simulacrum in your own home for fun & profit (for free)
redpaper- Yes, you can. it's just ruby. Run the sample contracts from the Red Paper with rubidity and simulacrum!
soliscript (formerly known as rubidity-simulacrum) - run blockchain contracts in rubysol (with 100%-solidity compatible data types & abis) on an ethereum simulacrum in your own home for fun & profit (for free)
soliscript.starter (formerly known as red paper contracts) - run (blockchain) contracts in rubysol (with 100%-solidity compatible data types & abis) on an ethereum simulacrum in your own home for fun & profit (for free) incl. the red paper contracts e.g. satoshi dice (gambling), crowd funder, ballot (liquid delegate democracy)
rubysol-by-example - Rubysol By Example - an introduction to Rubysol with simple examples (inspired and mostly following Solidity By Example)
learninminutes - Learn X in Y Minutes (Where X=Rubysol, Y=?)
For some ongoing (or historic) rubidity discussions & comments from the discord (chat server), see the Changelog - Good Morning.
Proof Of Time - "Gas-Less" Decentralized "Turing-Complete" Computing with "Normalized" Timeouts
DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT (Version 0.1)
Let's try to square the circle and solve the halting problem of "turing-complete" computing with "normalized" timeouts.
Every transaction gets time measured / profiled and if a max time is hit the transaction is halted / stopped and marked as invalid / reverted / aborted.
(Compute) Time is relative!
Let's make (transaction processing) time absolute with mathematics / statistics (within a +/- window)...
Bonus - More Blockchain (Crypto) Tools, Libraries & Scripts In Ruby
See /blockchain at the ruby code commons (rubycocos) org.
Join us in the Rubidity & Rubysol (community) discord (chat server). Yes you can. Your questions and commentary welcome.
Or post them over at the Help & Support page. Thanks.