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bitcoindevkit/bdk-swift 0.1.3
Swift package for bdk-ffi
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🕓 1 week ago
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.package(url: "https://github.com/bitcoindevkit/bdk-swift.git", from: "0.1.3")

bdk-swift

This project builds a Swift package that provides Swift language bindings for the bdk library. The Swift language bindings are created by the bdk-ffi project which is included as a git submodule of this repository.

How to Use

To use the Swift language bindings for bdk in your Xcode iOS or MacOS project add the github repository (https://github.com/bitcoindevkit/bdk-swift) and select one of the release versions. You may then import and use the BitcoinDevKit library in your Swift code. For example:

import BitcoinDevKit

...

let desc = "wpkh([c258d2e4/84h/1h/0h]tpubDDYkZojQFQjht8Tm4jsS3iuEmKjTiEGjG6KnuFNKKJb5A6ZUCUZKdvLdSDWofKi4ToRCwb9poe1XdqfUnP4jaJjCB2Zwv11ZLgSbnZSNecE/0/*)"
let config = DatabaseConfig.memory(junk: "")
let wallet = try OfflineWallet.init(descriptor: desc, network: Network.regtest, databaseConfig: config)
let address = wallet.getNewAddress()

How to Build and Publish

If you are a maintainer of this project or want to build and publish this project to your own Github repository use the following steps:

  1. Clone this repository and init and update it's bdk-ffi submodule.

    git clone https://github.com/bitcoindevkit/bdk-swift
    git submodule update --init
    
  2. Follow the "General" bdk-ffi "Getting Started (Developer)" instructions.

  3. Install the latest version of Xcode, download and install the advanced tools.

  4. Ensure Swift is installed.

  5. Install required targets.

     rustup target add aarch64-apple-ios x86_64-apple-ios
    
  6. Build bdk-ffi Swift bindings and bdkFFI.xcframework.zip.

    ./build.sh
    
  7. Update the Package.swift file with the new expected URL for the bdkFFI.xcframework.zip file and new hash as shown at the end of the build.sh script. For example:

            .binaryTarget(
             name: "bdkFFI",
             url: "https://github.com/bitcoindevkit/bdk-swift/releases/download/0.1.3/bdkFFI.xcframework.zip",
             checksum: "c0b1e3ea09376b3f316d7d83575e1cd513fc4ad39ef8cf01120a3a1d7757fb97"),
    
  8. Commit the changed Package.swift and tag it with the new version number.

    git add Package.swift
    git commit -m "Bump version to 0.1.3"
    git tag 0.1.3 -m "Release 0.1.3"
    git push --tags
    
  9. Create a github release for your new tag.

  10. Upload the newly created zip to the new github release and publish the release.

  11. Test the new package in Xcode. If you get an error you might need to reset the Xcode package caches: File -> Packages -> Reset Package Caches.

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Release Notes

Release 0.1.3
1 week ago

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