Getting Executables

Users can choose any of the following methods to get FISCO BCOS executable. It is recommended to download the precompiled binaries from GitHub.

  • The official statically linked precompiled files can be used on Ubuntu 16.04 and CentOS 7.2 version or later.
  • docker image is provided officially, welcome to use. docker-hub address
  • You can compile from the source code, visit here source code compilation.

Downloading precompiled fisco-bcos

The statically linked precompiled executable provided has been tested on Ubuntu 16.04 and CentOS 7. Please download the latest released pre-compiled executable from the Release.

docker image

From v2.0.0 version, we provide the docker image for the tag version. Corresponding to the master branch, we provide image of latest tag. For more docker tags please refer tohere.

build_chain.sh script adds the -d option to provide docker mode building for developers to deploy. For details, please refer to here.

Note

For using build_chain.sh script easily, we start docker by using --network=host network mode. Users may need to customize and modify according to their own network scenarios when they actually use.

Source code compilation

Note

The source code compilation is suitable for the experienced developers. You are required to download all library dependencies during compilation. Network connection would required and would take 5-20 minutes in total.

FISCO BCOS is using generic CMake to generate platform-specific build files, which means the steps are similar for most operating systems:

  1. Install build tools and dependent package (depends on platform).
  2. Clone code from FISCO BCOS.
  3. Run cmake to generate the build file and compile.

Installation dependencies

  • Ubuntu

Ubuntu 16.04 or later is recommended. The versions below 16.04 have not been tested. You will require to have the build tools build tools and libssl for compiling the source code.

sudo apt install -y g++ libssl-dev openssl cmake git build-essential autoconf texinfo flex patch bison libgmp-dev
  • CentOS

CentOS7 version or later is recommended.

$ sudo yum install -y epel-release centos-release-scl
$ sudo yum install -y openssl-devel openssl cmake3 gcc-c++ git flex patch bison gmp-static devtoolset-7
  • macOS

xcode10 version and above are recommended. macOS dependent package installation depends on Homebrew.

brew install openssl git flex patch bison gmp

Code clone

git clone https://github.com/FISCO-BCOS/FISCO-BCOS.git

Compile

After compilation, binary files are located at FISCO-BCOS/build/bin/fisco-bcos.

$ cd FISCO-BCOS
$ git checkout master
$ mkdir -p build && cd build
$ source /opt/rh/devtoolset-7/enable  # CentOS Please execute
# please use cmake3 for CentOS
$ cmake ..
#To add -j4 to accelerate compilation by 4 compilation processes
$ make

Note

  • If dependency libs cannot be downloaded for a long time due to network problems, try https://gitee.com/FISCO-BCOS/LargeFiles/tree/master/libs , and put in FISCO-BCOS/deps/src/

Compile options

  • TESTS, off by default, unit test compilation flag. To enable it, use cmake -DTESTS=on ..

  • DEMO, off by default, test program compilation switch. To open it through cmake -DDEMO=on ...

  • TOOL, off by default, tools program compilation switch. To open it throughcmake -DTOOL=on ...

  • BUILD_STATIC,off by default, static compilation switch, only supports Ubuntu. To open it through cmake -DBUILD_STATIC=on ...

  • Generate source documentation.

    # Install Doxygen
    $ sudo apt install -y doxygen graphviz
    # Generate source documentation locate at build/doc
    $ make doc