Once you have the Ziggurat code checked out and at least one node implementation (
zebra) installed, you can now use Ziggurat. A small amount of configuration is needed first.
Create a file called
config.toml in the Ziggurat root.
Inside that file, configure Ziggurat's target for testing:
# ./config.toml kind = "zebra" path = "path/to/zebra/repo" start_command = "cargo +stable r -- --config zebra.toml --verbose start" # kind = "zcashd" # path = "path/to/zcash/repo" # start_command = "./src/zcashd -debug=1 -dnsseed=0 -printtoconsole -logips=1 -listenonion=0 -dns=0 -conf=/path/to/zcash/repo/zcash.conf"
The configuration keys are as follows:
kind- currently one of "zebra" or "zcashd"
path- the absolute file system path to the checked out code of the node implementation. See: Installation
start_command- the command used to run the Zcash node. It's best to copy the examples we have above, at least to start.
Once the configuration file is set, simply run:
$ cargo test -- --test-threads=1
We use the single thread executor because running multiple native node implementations in parallel is not currently supported.
From here, you can learn more about the test suite that Ziggurat runs, or try your hand at writing your own Ziggurat Tests.