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SYNOPSIS

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This provides an efficent way to build and manipulate IPLD DAGs as JSON. This is accomplished by only producing merkle roots when flushing the DAG. If any object has a "/" property, its value will be replaced with the merkle hash of that value when flushed. This allows you to build object anyway you like.

INSTALL

npm install ipld-graph-builder

USAGE

const IPFS = require('ipfs')
const Graph = require('./')
const ipfs = new IPFS()

ipfs.on('start', () => {
  const graph = new Graph(ipfs.dag)
  const a = {
    some: {
      thing: 'nested'
    }
  }
  const b = {
    lol: 1
  }

  graph.set(a, 'some/thing/else', b).then(result => {
    // set "patches" together two objects
    console.log(JSON.stringify(result))
    > {
    >  "some": {
    >    "thing": {
    >      "else": {
    >        "/": {
    >          "lol": 1
    >        }
    >      }
    >    }
    >  }
    >}


    // flush replaces the links with merkle links, resulting in a single root hash
    graph.flush(result).then((result) => {
      console.log(result)
      > { '/': 'zdpuAqnGt7k49xSfawetvZXSLm4b1vvkSMnDrk4NFqnCCnW5V' }

      // taverse paths through merkle links given a starting vertex
      graph.get(result, 'some/thing/else').then(result2 => {
        console.log(result2)
        > { lol: 1 }
      })
    })
  })
})

Additonally you can define the encoding of each link by adding the follow options property to un-merklized links. options will be used as the options argument for DAG.put. For Example:

{
  'my-link': {
    '/': {
      'some': 'stuff here'
    },
    'options': {
      format: 'dag-cbor',
      hashAlg: 'sha2-256'
     }
  }
}

API

'./docs/'

TESTS

npm run tests

LICENSE

MPL-2.0)


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