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Ethereum Function Signature Database
Function calls in the Ethereum Virtual Machine are specified by the first four bytes of data sent with a transaction. These 4-byte signatures are defined as the first four bytes of the Keccak hash (SHA3) of the canonical representation of the function signature. Since this is a one-way operation, it is not possible to derive the human readable representation of the function from the 4-byte signature. This database is meant to allow mapping those 4-byte signatures back to their human readable versions.
eth  evm  solidity  datasource 
12 days ago by justinludwig
district0x/lein-solc: Leiningen plugin for compiling solidity contracts
Leiningen plugin for compiling solidity contracts. Contribute to district0x/lein-solc development by creating an account on GitHub.
clojurescript  solidity  leiningen 
28 days ago by mac
DomKM/ethereum-free-lunch
Contribute to DomKM/ethereum-free-lunch development by creating an account on GitHub.
clojurescript  ganache  ethereum  ipfs  solidity  blockchain 
28 days ago by mac
Untitled (http://solc-bin.ethereum.org/bin/soljson-v0.4.26-nightly.2018.9.13%2Bcommit.8b089cc8.js)
RT : Feature freeze for 0.5.0! Please try our prerelease: We are still working on improving the documentation.
Solidity  from twitter
4 weeks ago by roderik
Rattle
an Ethereum EVM binary analysis framework
ethereum  blockchain  evm  solidity  tools  assembler 
5 weeks ago by Z303
austintgriffith/token-subscription: 💰🕰️📋[EIP 1337 POC] Recurring subscriptions on the Ethereum blockchain powered by meta transactions.
💰🕰️📋[EIP 1337 POC] Recurring subscriptions on the Ethereum blockchain powered by meta transactions. - austintgriffith/token-subscription
ethereum  eip  subscriptions  solidity 
6 weeks ago by sprice
Scilla
provides a clean separation between the communication aspect of smart contracts on a blockchain, allowing for the rich interaction patterns, and a programming component, which enjoys principled semantics and is amenable to formal verification. Scilla is not meant to be a high-level programming language, and we are going to use it as a translation target for high-level languages, such as Solidity, for performing program analysis and verification, before further compilation to an executable bytecode.
formalmethods  bytecode  smartcontracts  ethereum  solidity 
6 weeks ago by Z303
Twitter
0.5.0 breaking release preliminary changelog
ethereum  Solidity  from twitter_favs
10 weeks ago by kartik

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