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Please, read the main README.md file first.

This folder contains most of the go code needed by the project.

Download

Main binary:

git clone https://github.com/berty/berty
cd berty/go
make install

# if things go wrong, please run and share the result of
make doctor

Main components

  • ./cmd/...: binaries / entrypoints
    • cd go; make install
  • ./pkg/...: packages especially made to be imported by other projects
  • ./internal/: internal packages that can be useful to understand how things are working under the hood
    • you won't be able to import them directly from your projects; if you think that an internal package should be made public, open an issue
  • ./framework: bridges used by mobile apps

Usage

Daemon
foo@bar:~$ berty daemon
2020-11-16T20:46:31Z	INFO    bty                 metrics listener	{"handler": "/bty/metrics", "listener": "[::]:8888"}
...

Now you can interact with the daemon API.

Mini

TODO

Share Invite
foo@bar:~$ berty share-invite
https://berty.tech/id#contact/oZBLFCLBf9jVeFU12w6KEqBbGfvPqRzNdDq8gw3yogYqHhQ1o4jsy6ucYBmicj2TRkSQ4zLkPGwWP9wfFSQsBCZ3zdrVXcB/name=demo
Info
foo@bar:~$ berty info
{
  "protocol": {
    "process": {
      "version": "v2.278.2-dev.4+gf50460f5",
      "vcsRef": "f50460f5",
      "uptimeMs": "3938",
      "userCpuTimeMs": "402",
      "systemCpuTimeMs": "99",
      "startedAt": "1619711919",
      "rlimitCur": "2560",
      "numGoroutine": "418",
      "nofile": "43",
      "numCpu": "8",
      "goVersion": "go1.16.2",
      "operatingSystem": "darwin",
      "hostName": "REDACTED",
      "arch": "arm64",
      "rlimitMax": "9223372036854775807",
      "pid": "36035",
      "ppid": "36034",
      "uid": "501",
      "workingDir": "REDACTED",
      "systemUsername": "Guilhem Fanton"
    },
    "p2p": {
      "connectedPeers": "8"
    },
    "orbitdb": {
      "accountMetadata": {
        "progress": "4",
        "maximum": "4"
      }
    }
  },
  "messenger": {
    "protocolInSameProcess": true,
    "db": {
      "accounts": "1",
      "members": "1",
      "devices": "1"
    }
  }
}
--help
foo@bar:~$ berty -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] <subcommand> [flags] [args...]

SUBCOMMANDS
  daemon        start a full Berty instance (Berty Protocol + Berty Messenger)
  mini          start a terminal-based mini berty client (some messaging features not compatible with the app)
  banner        print the Berty banner of the day
  version       print software version
  info          display system info
  groupinit     initialize a new multi-member group
  share-invite  share invite link on your terminal or in the dev channel on Discord
  token-server  token server, a basic token server issuer without auth or logging
  repl-server   replication server
  peers         list peers
  export        export messenger data from the specified berty node
  search        use omnisearch to find information about some things
  remote-logs   stream logs from a remote node

FLAGS
  -log.file ...                                  if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*       zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                              can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*  zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                              logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                             service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'  equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                   -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter

foo@bar:~$ berty daemon -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] daemon [flags]

FLAGS
  -config ...                                                             config file (optional)
  -log.file ...                                                           if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                                zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                                                       can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                           zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                                                       logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                                                      service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                                         specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger
  -metrics.listener ...                                                   Metrics listener, will enable metrics
  -metrics.pedantic false                                                 Enable Metrics pedantic for debug
  -node.disable-group-monitor false                                       disable group monitoring
  -node.display-name gfanton (cli)                                        display name
  -node.init-timeout 1m0s                                                 maximum time allowed for the initialization
  -node.listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/9091/grpc                            gRPC API listeners
  -node.no-notif false                                                    disable desktop notifications
  -node.rebuild-db false                                                  reconstruct messenger DB from OrbitDB logs
  -node.restore-export-path ...                                           inits node from a specified export path
  -p2p.ble true                                                           if true Bluetooth Low Energy will be enabled
  -p2p.bootstrap :default:                                                ipfs bootstrap node, `:default:` will set ipfs default bootstrap node
  -p2p.dht client                                                         dht mode, can be: `client`, `server`, `auto`, `autoserver`
  -p2p.dht-randomwalk true                                                if true dht will have randomwalk enable
  -p2p.disable-ipfs-network false                                         disable as much networking feature as possible, useful during development
  -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/5001                         IPFS API listeners
  -p2p.max-backoff 10m0s                                                  maximum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.mdns true                                                          if true mdns will be enabled
  -p2p.min-backoff 1m0s                                                   minimum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.multipeer-connectivity true                                        if true Multipeer Connectivity will be enabled
  -p2p.nearby false                                                       if true Android Nearby will be enabled
  -p2p.poll-interval 1s                                                   how long the discovery system will waits for more peers
  -p2p.rdvp :default:                                                     list of rendezvous point maddr, ":dev:" will add the default devs servers, ":none:" will disable rdvp
  -p2p.static-relays :default:                                            list of static relay maddrs, `:default:` will use statics relays from the config
  -p2p.swarm-announce ...                                                 IPFS announce addrs
  -p2p.swarm-listeners :default:                                          IPFS swarm listeners
  -p2p.swarm-no-announce ...                                              IPFS exclude announce addrs
  -p2p.tinder-dht-driver true                                             if true dht driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.tinder-rdvp-driver true                                            if true rdvp driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.webui-listener :3999                                               IPFS WebUI listener
  -preset ...                                                             applies various default values, see ADVANCED section below
  -store.dir /Users/gfanton/Library/Application Support/berty-tech/berty  root datastore directory
  -store.inmem false                                                      disable datastore persistence
  -tor.binary-path ...                                                    if set berty will use this external tor binary instead of his builtin one
  -tor.mode disabled                                                      changes the behavior of libp2p regarding tor, see advanced help for more details

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'        equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                         -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter
  -preset=performance                    better performance: current development defaults
  -preset=anonymity                      better privacy: -tor.mode=required -p2p.mdns=false -p2p.multipeer-connectivity=false -p2p.ble=false -p2p.nearby=false
  -preset=volatile                       similar to performance but optimize for a quick throwable node: -store.inmem=true -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners="" -p2p.swarm-listeners="" -p2p.webui-listener=""
  -p2p.swarm-listeners=:default:,CUSTOM  equivalent to -p2p.swarm-listeners=/ip4/0.0.0.0/tcp/0,/ip6/::/tcp/0,/ip4/0.0.0.0/udp/0/quic,/ip6/::/udp/0/quic,CUSTOM
  -p2p.rdvp=:default:,CUSTOM             equivalent to -p2p.rdvp=/ip4/51.159.21.214/tcp/4040/p2p/QmdT7Amhhn...,CUSTOM
                                         -> full list available at https://github.com/berty/berty/tree/master/config)
  -tor.mode=disabled                     tor is completely disabled
  -tor.mode=optional                     tor is added to the list of existing transports and can be used to contact other tor-ready nodes
  -tor.mode=required                     tor is the only available transport; you can only communicate with other tor-ready nodes

foo@bar:~$ berty mini -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] mini [flags]

FLAGS
  -config ...                                                             config file (optional)
  -log.file ...                                                           if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                                zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                                                       can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                           zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                                                       logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                                                      service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                                         specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger
  -metrics.listener ...                                                   Metrics listener, will enable metrics
  -metrics.pedantic false                                                 Enable Metrics pedantic for debug
  -mini.group ...                                                         group to join, leave empty to create a new group
  -node.disable-group-monitor false                                       disable group monitoring
  -node.display-name gfanton (cli)                                        display name
  -node.init-timeout 1m0s                                                 maximum time allowed for the initialization
  -node.listeners ...                                                     gRPC API listeners
  -node.no-notif false                                                    disable desktop notifications
  -node.rebuild-db false                                                  reconstruct messenger DB from OrbitDB logs
  -node.remote-addr ...                                                   remote Berty gRPC API address
  -node.restore-export-path ...                                           inits node from a specified export path
  -p2p.ble true                                                           if true Bluetooth Low Energy will be enabled
  -p2p.bootstrap :default:                                                ipfs bootstrap node, `:default:` will set ipfs default bootstrap node
  -p2p.dht client                                                         dht mode, can be: `client`, `server`, `auto`, `autoserver`
  -p2p.dht-randomwalk true                                                if true dht will have randomwalk enable
  -p2p.disable-ipfs-network false                                         disable as much networking feature as possible, useful during development
  -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/5001                         IPFS API listeners
  -p2p.max-backoff 10m0s                                                  maximum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.mdns true                                                          if true mdns will be enabled
  -p2p.min-backoff 1m0s                                                   minimum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.multipeer-connectivity true                                        if true Multipeer Connectivity will be enabled
  -p2p.nearby false                                                       if true Android Nearby will be enabled
  -p2p.poll-interval 1s                                                   how long the discovery system will waits for more peers
  -p2p.rdvp :default:                                                     list of rendezvous point maddr, ":dev:" will add the default devs servers, ":none:" will disable rdvp
  -p2p.static-relays :default:                                            list of static relay maddrs, `:default:` will use statics relays from the config
  -p2p.swarm-announce ...                                                 IPFS announce addrs
  -p2p.swarm-listeners :default:                                          IPFS swarm listeners
  -p2p.swarm-no-announce ...                                              IPFS exclude announce addrs
  -p2p.tinder-dht-driver true                                             if true dht driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.tinder-rdvp-driver true                                            if true rdvp driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.webui-listener :3999                                               IPFS WebUI listener
  -preset ...                                                             applies various default values, see ADVANCED section below
  -store.dir /Users/gfanton/Library/Application Support/berty-tech/berty  root datastore directory
  -store.inmem false                                                      disable datastore persistence
  -tor.binary-path ...                                                    if set berty will use this external tor binary instead of his builtin one
  -tor.mode disabled                                                      changes the behavior of libp2p regarding tor, see advanced help for more details

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'        equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                         -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter
  -preset=performance                    better performance: current development defaults
  -preset=anonymity                      better privacy: -tor.mode=required -p2p.mdns=false -p2p.multipeer-connectivity=false -p2p.ble=false -p2p.nearby=false
  -preset=volatile                       similar to performance but optimize for a quick throwable node: -store.inmem=true -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners="" -p2p.swarm-listeners="" -p2p.webui-listener=""
  -p2p.swarm-listeners=:default:,CUSTOM  equivalent to -p2p.swarm-listeners=/ip4/0.0.0.0/tcp/0,/ip6/::/tcp/0,/ip4/0.0.0.0/udp/0/quic,/ip6/::/udp/0/quic,CUSTOM
  -p2p.rdvp=:default:,CUSTOM             equivalent to -p2p.rdvp=/ip4/51.159.21.214/tcp/4040/p2p/QmdT7Amhhn...,CUSTOM
                                         -> full list available at https://github.com/berty/berty/tree/master/config)
  -tor.mode=disabled                     tor is completely disabled
  -tor.mode=optional                     tor is added to the list of existing transports and can be used to contact other tor-ready nodes
  -tor.mode=required                     tor is the only available transport; you can only communicate with other tor-ready nodes

foo@bar:~$ berty banner -h
USAGE
  berty banner [flags]

FLAGS
  -config ...                                    config file (optional)
  -light false                                   light mode
  -log.file ...                                  if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*       zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                              can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*  zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                              logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                             service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger
  -random false                                  pick a random quote

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'  equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                   -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter

foo@bar:~$ berty version -h
USAGE
  berty version

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'  equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                   -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter

foo@bar:~$ berty info -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] info [flags]

FLAGS
  -config ...                                                             config file (optional)
  -info.anonymize false                                                   anonymize output for sharing
  -info.refresh 0s                                                        refresh every DURATION (0: no refresh)
  -log.file ...                                                           if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                                zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                                                       can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                           zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                                                       logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                                                      service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                                         specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger
  -node.disable-group-monitor false                                       disable group monitoring
  -node.display-name gfanton (cli)                                        display name
  -node.no-notif false                                                    disable desktop notifications
  -node.rebuild-db false                                                  reconstruct messenger DB from OrbitDB logs
  -node.remote-addr ...                                                   remote Berty gRPC API address
  -node.restore-export-path ...                                           inits node from a specified export path
  -p2p.ble true                                                           if true Bluetooth Low Energy will be enabled
  -p2p.bootstrap :default:                                                ipfs bootstrap node, `:default:` will set ipfs default bootstrap node
  -p2p.dht client                                                         dht mode, can be: `client`, `server`, `auto`, `autoserver`
  -p2p.dht-randomwalk true                                                if true dht will have randomwalk enable
  -p2p.disable-ipfs-network false                                         disable as much networking feature as possible, useful during development
  -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/5001                         IPFS API listeners
  -p2p.max-backoff 10m0s                                                  maximum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.mdns true                                                          if true mdns will be enabled
  -p2p.min-backoff 1m0s                                                   minimum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.multipeer-connectivity true                                        if true Multipeer Connectivity will be enabled
  -p2p.nearby false                                                       if true Android Nearby will be enabled
  -p2p.poll-interval 1s                                                   how long the discovery system will waits for more peers
  -p2p.rdvp :default:                                                     list of rendezvous point maddr, ":dev:" will add the default devs servers, ":none:" will disable rdvp
  -p2p.static-relays :default:                                            list of static relay maddrs, `:default:` will use statics relays from the config
  -p2p.swarm-announce ...                                                 IPFS announce addrs
  -p2p.swarm-listeners :default:                                          IPFS swarm listeners
  -p2p.swarm-no-announce ...                                              IPFS exclude announce addrs
  -p2p.tinder-dht-driver true                                             if true dht driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.tinder-rdvp-driver true                                            if true rdvp driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.webui-listener :3999                                               IPFS WebUI listener
  -preset ...                                                             applies various default values, see ADVANCED section below
  -store.dir /Users/gfanton/Library/Application Support/berty-tech/berty  root datastore directory
  -store.inmem false                                                      disable datastore persistence
  -tor.binary-path ...                                                    if set berty will use this external tor binary instead of his builtin one
  -tor.mode disabled                                                      changes the behavior of libp2p regarding tor, see advanced help for more details

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'        equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                         -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter
  -preset=performance                    better performance: current development defaults
  -preset=anonymity                      better privacy: -tor.mode=required -p2p.mdns=false -p2p.multipeer-connectivity=false -p2p.ble=false -p2p.nearby=false
  -preset=volatile                       similar to performance but optimize for a quick throwable node: -store.inmem=true -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners="" -p2p.swarm-listeners="" -p2p.webui-listener=""
  -p2p.swarm-listeners=:default:,CUSTOM  equivalent to -p2p.swarm-listeners=/ip4/0.0.0.0/tcp/0,/ip6/::/tcp/0,/ip4/0.0.0.0/udp/0/quic,/ip6/::/udp/0/quic,CUSTOM
  -p2p.rdvp=:default:,CUSTOM             equivalent to -p2p.rdvp=/ip4/51.159.21.214/tcp/4040/p2p/QmdT7Amhhn...,CUSTOM
                                         -> full list available at https://github.com/berty/berty/tree/master/config)
  -tor.mode=disabled                     tor is completely disabled
  -tor.mode=optional                     tor is added to the list of existing transports and can be used to contact other tor-ready nodes
  -tor.mode=required                     tor is the only available transport; you can only communicate with other tor-ready nodes

foo@bar:~$ berty groupinit -h
USAGE
  berty groupinit

FLAGS
  -config ...                                    config file (optional)
  -log.file ...                                  if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*       zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                              can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*  zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                              logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                             service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger
  -no-qr false                                   do not print the QR code in terminal
  -passphrase ...                                optional encryption passphrase

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'  equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                   -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter

foo@bar:~$ berty share-invite -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] share-invite [flags]

FLAGS
  -config ...                                                             config file (optional)
  -dev-channel false                                                      post qrcode on dev channel
  -log.file ...                                                           if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                                zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                                                       can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                           zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                                                       logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                                                      service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                                         specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger
  -name ...                                                               override display name
  -no-qr false                                                            do not print the QR code in terminal
  -node.disable-group-monitor false                                       disable group monitoring
  -node.display-name gfanton (cli)                                        display name
  -node.no-notif false                                                    disable desktop notifications
  -node.rebuild-db false                                                  reconstruct messenger DB from OrbitDB logs
  -node.remote-addr ...                                                   remote Berty gRPC API address
  -node.restore-export-path ...                                           inits node from a specified export path
  -p2p.ble true                                                           if true Bluetooth Low Energy will be enabled
  -p2p.bootstrap :default:                                                ipfs bootstrap node, `:default:` will set ipfs default bootstrap node
  -p2p.dht client                                                         dht mode, can be: `client`, `server`, `auto`, `autoserver`
  -p2p.dht-randomwalk true                                                if true dht will have randomwalk enable
  -p2p.disable-ipfs-network false                                         disable as much networking feature as possible, useful during development
  -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/5001                         IPFS API listeners
  -p2p.max-backoff 10m0s                                                  maximum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.mdns true                                                          if true mdns will be enabled
  -p2p.min-backoff 1m0s                                                   minimum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.multipeer-connectivity true                                        if true Multipeer Connectivity will be enabled
  -p2p.nearby false                                                       if true Android Nearby will be enabled
  -p2p.poll-interval 1s                                                   how long the discovery system will waits for more peers
  -p2p.rdvp :default:                                                     list of rendezvous point maddr, ":dev:" will add the default devs servers, ":none:" will disable rdvp
  -p2p.static-relays :default:                                            list of static relay maddrs, `:default:` will use statics relays from the config
  -p2p.swarm-announce ...                                                 IPFS announce addrs
  -p2p.swarm-listeners :default:                                          IPFS swarm listeners
  -p2p.swarm-no-announce ...                                              IPFS exclude announce addrs
  -p2p.tinder-dht-driver true                                             if true dht driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.tinder-rdvp-driver true                                            if true rdvp driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.webui-listener :3999                                               IPFS WebUI listener
  -passphrase ...                                                         optional encryption passphrase
  -preset ...                                                             applies various default values, see ADVANCED section below
  -store.dir /Users/gfanton/Library/Application Support/berty-tech/berty  root datastore directory
  -store.inmem false                                                      disable datastore persistence
  -tor.binary-path ...                                                    if set berty will use this external tor binary instead of his builtin one
  -tor.mode disabled                                                      changes the behavior of libp2p regarding tor, see advanced help for more details

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'        equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                         -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter
  -preset=performance                    better performance: current development defaults
  -preset=anonymity                      better privacy: -tor.mode=required -p2p.mdns=false -p2p.multipeer-connectivity=false -p2p.ble=false -p2p.nearby=false
  -preset=volatile                       similar to performance but optimize for a quick throwable node: -store.inmem=true -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners="" -p2p.swarm-listeners="" -p2p.webui-listener=""
  -p2p.swarm-listeners=:default:,CUSTOM  equivalent to -p2p.swarm-listeners=/ip4/0.0.0.0/tcp/0,/ip6/::/tcp/0,/ip4/0.0.0.0/udp/0/quic,/ip6/::/udp/0/quic,CUSTOM
  -p2p.rdvp=:default:,CUSTOM             equivalent to -p2p.rdvp=/ip4/51.159.21.214/tcp/4040/p2p/QmdT7Amhhn...,CUSTOM
                                         -> full list available at https://github.com/berty/berty/tree/master/config)
  -tor.mode=disabled                     tor is completely disabled
  -tor.mode=optional                     tor is added to the list of existing transports and can be used to contact other tor-ready nodes
  -tor.mode=required                     tor is the only available transport; you can only communicate with other tor-ready nodes

foo@bar:~$ berty token-server -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] token-server [flags]

FLAGS
  -auth.secret ...                               base64 encoded secret
  -auth.sk ...                                   base64 encoded signature key
  -config ...                                    config file (optional)
  -generate false                                generate a single token and output it on stdout
  -http.listener 127.0.0.1:8080                  http listener
  -log.file ...                                  if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*       zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                              can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*  zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                              logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                             service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger
  -no-click false                                disable the login screen and redirect to the next token step directly
  -svc ...                                       comma separated list of supported services as name@ip:port

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'  equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                   -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter

foo@bar:~$ berty repl-server -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] repl-server [flags]

FLAGS
  -config ...                                                             config file (optional)
  -log.file ...                                                           if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                                zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                                                       can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                           zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                                                       logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                                                      service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                                         specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger
  -node.auth-pk ...                                                       Protocol API Authentication Public Key (base64 encoded)
  -node.auth-secret ...                                                   Protocol API Authentication Secret (base64 encoded)
  -node.listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/9091/grpc                            gRPC API listeners
  -p2p.ble true                                                           if true Bluetooth Low Energy will be enabled
  -p2p.bootstrap :default:                                                ipfs bootstrap node, `:default:` will set ipfs default bootstrap node
  -p2p.dht client                                                         dht mode, can be: `client`, `server`, `auto`, `autoserver`
  -p2p.dht-randomwalk true                                                if true dht will have randomwalk enable
  -p2p.disable-ipfs-network false                                         disable as much networking feature as possible, useful during development
  -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/5001                         IPFS API listeners
  -p2p.max-backoff 10m0s                                                  maximum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.mdns true                                                          if true mdns will be enabled
  -p2p.min-backoff 1m0s                                                   minimum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.multipeer-connectivity true                                        if true Multipeer Connectivity will be enabled
  -p2p.nearby false                                                       if true Android Nearby will be enabled
  -p2p.poll-interval 1s                                                   how long the discovery system will waits for more peers
  -p2p.rdvp :default:                                                     list of rendezvous point maddr, ":dev:" will add the default devs servers, ":none:" will disable rdvp
  -p2p.static-relays :default:                                            list of static relay maddrs, `:default:` will use statics relays from the config
  -p2p.swarm-announce ...                                                 IPFS announce addrs
  -p2p.swarm-listeners :default:                                          IPFS swarm listeners
  -p2p.swarm-no-announce ...                                              IPFS exclude announce addrs
  -p2p.tinder-dht-driver true                                             if true dht driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.tinder-rdvp-driver true                                            if true rdvp driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.webui-listener :3999                                               IPFS WebUI listener
  -preset ...                                                             applies various default values, see ADVANCED section below
  -store.dir /Users/gfanton/Library/Application Support/berty-tech/berty  root datastore directory
  -store.inmem false                                                      disable datastore persistence
  -tor.binary-path ...                                                    if set berty will use this external tor binary instead of his builtin one
  -tor.mode disabled                                                      changes the behavior of libp2p regarding tor, see advanced help for more details

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'        equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                         -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter
  -preset=performance                    better performance: current development defaults
  -preset=anonymity                      better privacy: -tor.mode=required -p2p.mdns=false -p2p.multipeer-connectivity=false -p2p.ble=false -p2p.nearby=false
  -preset=volatile                       similar to performance but optimize for a quick throwable node: -store.inmem=true -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners="" -p2p.swarm-listeners="" -p2p.webui-listener=""
  -p2p.swarm-listeners=:default:,CUSTOM  equivalent to -p2p.swarm-listeners=/ip4/0.0.0.0/tcp/0,/ip6/::/tcp/0,/ip4/0.0.0.0/udp/0/quic,/ip6/::/udp/0/quic,CUSTOM
  -p2p.rdvp=:default:,CUSTOM             equivalent to -p2p.rdvp=/ip4/51.159.21.214/tcp/4040/p2p/QmdT7Amhhn...,CUSTOM
                                         -> full list available at https://github.com/berty/berty/tree/master/config)
  -tor.mode=disabled                     tor is completely disabled
  -tor.mode=optional                     tor is added to the list of existing transports and can be used to contact other tor-ready nodes
  -tor.mode=required                     tor is the only available transport; you can only communicate with other tor-ready nodes

foo@bar:~$ berty peers -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] peers [flags]

FLAGS
  -config ...                                                             config file (optional)
  -log.file ...                                                           if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                                zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                                                       can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                           zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                                                       logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                                                      service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                                         specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger
  -node.remote-addr ...                                                   remote Berty gRPC API address
  -p2p.ble true                                                           if true Bluetooth Low Energy will be enabled
  -p2p.bootstrap :default:                                                ipfs bootstrap node, `:default:` will set ipfs default bootstrap node
  -p2p.dht client                                                         dht mode, can be: `client`, `server`, `auto`, `autoserver`
  -p2p.dht-randomwalk true                                                if true dht will have randomwalk enable
  -p2p.disable-ipfs-network false                                         disable as much networking feature as possible, useful during development
  -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/5001                         IPFS API listeners
  -p2p.max-backoff 10m0s                                                  maximum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.mdns true                                                          if true mdns will be enabled
  -p2p.min-backoff 1m0s                                                   minimum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.multipeer-connectivity true                                        if true Multipeer Connectivity will be enabled
  -p2p.nearby false                                                       if true Android Nearby will be enabled
  -p2p.poll-interval 1s                                                   how long the discovery system will waits for more peers
  -p2p.rdvp :default:                                                     list of rendezvous point maddr, ":dev:" will add the default devs servers, ":none:" will disable rdvp
  -p2p.static-relays :default:                                            list of static relay maddrs, `:default:` will use statics relays from the config
  -p2p.swarm-announce ...                                                 IPFS announce addrs
  -p2p.swarm-listeners :default:                                          IPFS swarm listeners
  -p2p.swarm-no-announce ...                                              IPFS exclude announce addrs
  -p2p.tinder-dht-driver true                                             if true dht driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.tinder-rdvp-driver true                                            if true rdvp driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.webui-listener :3999                                               IPFS WebUI listener
  -peers.refresh 1s                                                       refresh every DURATION (0: no refresh)
  -preset ...                                                             applies various default values, see ADVANCED section below
  -store.dir /Users/gfanton/Library/Application Support/berty-tech/berty  root datastore directory
  -store.inmem false                                                      disable datastore persistence
  -tor.binary-path ...                                                    if set berty will use this external tor binary instead of his builtin one
  -tor.mode disabled                                                      changes the behavior of libp2p regarding tor, see advanced help for more details

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'        equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                         -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter
  -preset=performance                    better performance: current development defaults
  -preset=anonymity                      better privacy: -tor.mode=required -p2p.mdns=false -p2p.multipeer-connectivity=false -p2p.ble=false -p2p.nearby=false
  -preset=volatile                       similar to performance but optimize for a quick throwable node: -store.inmem=true -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners="" -p2p.swarm-listeners="" -p2p.webui-listener=""
  -p2p.swarm-listeners=:default:,CUSTOM  equivalent to -p2p.swarm-listeners=/ip4/0.0.0.0/tcp/0,/ip6/::/tcp/0,/ip4/0.0.0.0/udp/0/quic,/ip6/::/udp/0/quic,CUSTOM
  -p2p.rdvp=:default:,CUSTOM             equivalent to -p2p.rdvp=/ip4/51.159.21.214/tcp/4040/p2p/QmdT7Amhhn...,CUSTOM
                                         -> full list available at https://github.com/berty/berty/tree/master/config)
  -tor.mode=disabled                     tor is completely disabled
  -tor.mode=optional                     tor is added to the list of existing transports and can be used to contact other tor-ready nodes
  -tor.mode=required                     tor is the only available transport; you can only communicate with other tor-ready nodes

foo@bar:~$ berty export -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] export [flags]

FLAGS
  -config ...                                                             config file (optional)
  -export-path ...                                                        path of the export tarball
  -log.file ...                                                           if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                                zapfilter configuration
  -log.format color                                                       can be: json, console, color, light-console, light-color
  -log.ring-filters info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:*                           zapfilter configuration for ring
  -log.ring-size 10                                                       logging ring buffer size in MB
  -log.service berty                                                      service name, used by the tracer
  -log.tracer ...                                                         specify "stdout" to output tracing on stdout or <hostname:port> to trace on Jaeger
  -node.disable-group-monitor false                                       disable group monitoring
  -node.display-name gfanton (cli)                                        display name
  -node.no-notif false                                                    disable desktop notifications
  -node.rebuild-db false                                                  reconstruct messenger DB from OrbitDB logs
  -node.remote-addr ...                                                   remote Berty gRPC API address
  -node.restore-export-path ...                                           inits node from a specified export path
  -p2p.ble true                                                           if true Bluetooth Low Energy will be enabled
  -p2p.bootstrap :default:                                                ipfs bootstrap node, `:default:` will set ipfs default bootstrap node
  -p2p.dht client                                                         dht mode, can be: `client`, `server`, `auto`, `autoserver`
  -p2p.dht-randomwalk true                                                if true dht will have randomwalk enable
  -p2p.disable-ipfs-network false                                         disable as much networking feature as possible, useful during development
  -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/5001                         IPFS API listeners
  -p2p.max-backoff 10m0s                                                  maximum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.mdns true                                                          if true mdns will be enabled
  -p2p.min-backoff 1m0s                                                   minimum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.multipeer-connectivity true                                        if true Multipeer Connectivity will be enabled
  -p2p.nearby false                                                       if true Android Nearby will be enabled
  -p2p.poll-interval 1s                                                   how long the discovery system will waits for more peers
  -p2p.rdvp :default:                                                     list of rendezvous point maddr, ":dev:" will add the default devs servers, ":none:" will disable rdvp
  -p2p.static-relays :default:                                            list of static relay maddrs, `:default:` will use statics relays from the config
  -p2p.swarm-announce ...                                                 IPFS announce addrs
  -p2p.swarm-listeners :default:                                          IPFS swarm listeners
  -p2p.swarm-no-announce ...                                              IPFS exclude announce addrs
  -p2p.tinder-dht-driver true                                             if true dht driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.tinder-rdvp-driver true                                            if true rdvp driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.webui-listener :3999                                               IPFS WebUI listener
  -preset ...                                                             applies various default values, see ADVANCED section below
  -store.dir /Users/gfanton/Library/Application Support/berty-tech/berty  root datastore directory
  -store.inmem false                                                      disable datastore persistence
  -tor.binary-path ...                                                    if set berty will use this external tor binary instead of his builtin one
  -tor.mode disabled                                                      changes the behavior of libp2p regarding tor, see advanced help for more details

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'        equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                         -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter
  -preset=performance                    better performance: current development defaults
  -preset=anonymity                      better privacy: -tor.mode=required -p2p.mdns=false -p2p.multipeer-connectivity=false -p2p.ble=false -p2p.nearby=false
  -preset=volatile                       similar to performance but optimize for a quick throwable node: -store.inmem=true -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners="" -p2p.swarm-listeners="" -p2p.webui-listener=""
  -p2p.swarm-listeners=:default:,CUSTOM  equivalent to -p2p.swarm-listeners=/ip4/0.0.0.0/tcp/0,/ip6/::/tcp/0,/ip4/0.0.0.0/udp/0/quic,/ip6/::/udp/0/quic,CUSTOM
  -p2p.rdvp=:default:,CUSTOM             equivalent to -p2p.rdvp=/ip4/51.159.21.214/tcp/4040/p2p/QmdT7Amhhn...,CUSTOM
                                         -> full list available at https://github.com/berty/berty/tree/master/config)
  -tor.mode=disabled                     tor is completely disabled
  -tor.mode=optional                     tor is added to the list of existing transports and can be used to contact other tor-ready nodes
  -tor.mode=required                     tor is the only available transport; you can only communicate with other tor-ready nodes

foo@bar:~$ berty search -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] search QUERY

Currently parsers and engines available for omnisearch are :
- Berty invite parser (parse berty's group and one to one invites)
- Berty swiper engine (find peers (peer.AddrInfo) from their invites)

Example:
berty omnisearch https://berty.tech/id#key=CiDnVU4YlFPkjTbSggoZAWbFdAIsnuv5qoruQDyN_NB8rBIgfrT2x0wzMjiK4kBXnPYStGxW2Hssk8UyYfW8ITJbEFg&name=Example

FLAGS
  -node.disable-group-monitor false                                       disable group monitoring
  -node.display-name gfanton (cli)                                        display name
  -node.listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/9091/grpc                            gRPC API listeners
  -node.no-notif false                                                    disable desktop notifications
  -node.rebuild-db false                                                  reconstruct messenger DB from OrbitDB logs
  -node.restore-export-path ...                                           inits node from a specified export path
  -p2p.ble true                                                           if true Bluetooth Low Energy will be enabled
  -p2p.bootstrap :default:                                                ipfs bootstrap node, `:default:` will set ipfs default bootstrap node
  -p2p.dht client                                                         dht mode, can be: `client`, `server`, `auto`, `autoserver`
  -p2p.dht-randomwalk true                                                if true dht will have randomwalk enable
  -p2p.disable-ipfs-network false                                         disable as much networking feature as possible, useful during development
  -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/5001                         IPFS API listeners
  -p2p.max-backoff 10m0s                                                  maximum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.mdns true                                                          if true mdns will be enabled
  -p2p.min-backoff 1m0s                                                   minimum p2p backoff duration
  -p2p.multipeer-connectivity true                                        if true Multipeer Connectivity will be enabled
  -p2p.nearby false                                                       if true Android Nearby will be enabled
  -p2p.poll-interval 1s                                                   how long the discovery system will waits for more peers
  -p2p.rdvp :default:                                                     list of rendezvous point maddr, ":dev:" will add the default devs servers, ":none:" will disable rdvp
  -p2p.static-relays :default:                                            list of static relay maddrs, `:default:` will use statics relays from the config
  -p2p.swarm-announce ...                                                 IPFS announce addrs
  -p2p.swarm-listeners :default:                                          IPFS swarm listeners
  -p2p.swarm-no-announce ...                                              IPFS exclude announce addrs
  -p2p.tinder-dht-driver true                                             if true dht driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.tinder-rdvp-driver true                                            if true rdvp driver will be enable for tinder
  -p2p.webui-listener :3999                                               IPFS WebUI listener
  -preset ...                                                             applies various default values, see ADVANCED section below
  -store.dir /Users/gfanton/Library/Application Support/berty-tech/berty  root datastore directory
  -store.inmem false                                                      disable datastore persistence
  -tor.binary-path ...                                                    if set berty will use this external tor binary instead of his builtin one
  -tor.mode disabled                                                      changes the behavior of libp2p regarding tor, see advanced help for more details

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'        equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                         -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter
  -preset=performance                    better performance: current development defaults
  -preset=anonymity                      better privacy: -tor.mode=required -p2p.mdns=false -p2p.multipeer-connectivity=false -p2p.ble=false -p2p.nearby=false
  -preset=volatile                       similar to performance but optimize for a quick throwable node: -store.inmem=true -p2p.ipfs-api-listeners="" -p2p.swarm-listeners="" -p2p.webui-listener=""
  -p2p.swarm-listeners=:default:,CUSTOM  equivalent to -p2p.swarm-listeners=/ip4/0.0.0.0/tcp/0,/ip6/::/tcp/0,/ip4/0.0.0.0/udp/0/quic,/ip6/::/udp/0/quic,CUSTOM
  -p2p.rdvp=:default:,CUSTOM             equivalent to -p2p.rdvp=/ip4/51.159.21.214/tcp/4040/p2p/QmdT7Amhhn...,CUSTOM
                                         -> full list available at https://github.com/berty/berty/tree/master/config)
  -tor.mode=disabled                     tor is completely disabled
  -tor.mode=optional                     tor is added to the list of existing transports and can be used to contact other tor-ready nodes
  -tor.mode=required                     tor is the only available transport; you can only communicate with other tor-ready nodes

foo@bar:~$ berty remote-logs -h
USAGE
  berty [global flags] remote-logs

FLAGS
  -node.remote-addr ...  remote Berty gRPC API address

ADVANCED
  -log.filters=':default: CUSTOM'  equivalent to -log.filters='info+:bty*,-*.grpc error+:* CUSTOM'
                                   -> more info at https://github.com/moul/zapfilter

Other Binaries

rdvp
foo@bar:~$ rdvp -h
USAGE
  rdvp [global flags] <subcommand>

SUBCOMMANDS
  serve
  genkey
  sharekey

FLAGS
  -log.file stderr      if specified, will log everything in JSON into a file and nothing on stderr
  -log.filters info+:*  logged namespaces
  -log.format color     if specified, will override default log format

foo@bar:~$ rdvp serve -h
USAGE
  rdvp [global flags] serve [flags]

EXAMPLE
  rdvp genkey > rdvp.key
  rdvp serve -pk `cat rdvp.key` -db ./rdvp-store

FLAGS
  -announce ...                                        addrs that will be announce by this server
  -config ...                                          config file (optional)
  -db :memory:                                         rdvp sqlite URN
  -l /ip4/0.0.0.0/tcp/4040,/ip4/0.0.0.0/udp/4141/quic  lists of listeners of (m)addrs separate by a comma
  -metrics ...                                         metrics listener, if empty will disable metrics
  -pk ...                                              private key (generated by `rdvp genkey`)

foo@bar:~$ rdvp genkey -h
USAGE
  genkey

FLAGS
  -length 2048   The length (in bits) of the key generated.
  -type Ed25519  Type of the private key generated, one of : Ed25519, ECDSA, Secp256k1, RSA

foo@bar:~$ rdvp sharekey -h
USAGE
  rdvp [global flags] sharekey -pk PK

FLAGS
  -pk ...  private key (generated by `rdvp genkey`)
welcomebot
foo@bar:~$ welcomebot -h
Usage of welcomebot:
  -addr string
        remote 'berty daemon' address (default "127.0.0.1:9091")
  -display-name string
        bot's display name (default "gfanton (welcomebot)")
  -log-format string
        console, json, light-console, light-json (default "console")
  -staff-conversation-link string
        link of the staff's conversation to join
  -store string
        store file path (default "./welcomebot.store")

Directories

Path Synopsis
cmd
berty
Berty is the main CLI entrypoint to manage the Berty ecosystem (client, server, relay, dev).
Berty is the main CLI entrypoint to manage the Berty ecosystem (client, server, relay, dev).
berty/mini
Package mini contains main helpers to start a term-based Berty mini client.
Package mini contains main helpers to start a term-based Berty mini client.
rdvp
rdvp is a service to hold Berty's rendezvous point for faster peer discovery.
rdvp is a service to hold Berty's rendezvous point for faster peer discovery.
framework
bertybridge
Package bertybridge is the main gomobile entrypoint, used to generate iOS and Android frameworks.
Package bertybridge is the main gomobile entrypoint, used to generate iOS and Android frameworks.
pkg
accounttypes
Package accounttypes is a reverse proxy.
Package accounttypes is a reverse proxy.
banner
Package banner generates ASCII picture of the Berty logo with a message.
Package banner generates ASCII picture of the Berty logo with a message.
bertymessenger
Package bertymessenger contains the top-level API that uses the Berty Protocol to implement the Berty Messenger specific logic.
Package bertymessenger contains the top-level API that uses the Berty Protocol to implement the Berty Messenger specific logic.
bertyprotocol
Package bertyprotocol contains code for integrating the Berty protocol in your project.
Package bertyprotocol contains code for integrating the Berty protocol in your project.
directorytypes
Package directorytypes is a reverse proxy.
Package directorytypes is a reverse proxy.
errcode
Package errcode contains the list of Berty error codes.
Package errcode contains the list of Berty error codes.
messengertypes
Package messengertypes is a reverse proxy.
Package messengertypes is a reverse proxy.
protocoltypes
This package is generated with Protobuf.
This package is generated with Protobuf.
pushtypes
Package pushtypes is a reverse proxy.
Package pushtypes is a reverse proxy.
replicationtypes
Package replicationtypes is a reverse proxy.
Package replicationtypes is a reverse proxy.
internal
config
file generated.
file generated.
cryptoutil
Package cryptoutil contains generic & stateless crypto helpers.
Package cryptoutil contains generic & stateless crypto helpers.
discordlog
discordlog is an unsafe package used during development to log info directly on the Berty's Discord server.
discordlog is an unsafe package used during development to log info directly on the Berty's Discord server.
grpcutil
Package grpcutil contains gRPC lazy codecs, messages and a buf-based listener.
Package grpcutil contains gRPC lazy codecs, messages and a buf-based listener.
handshake
Package handshake implements a capability-based handshake.
Package handshake implements a capability-based handshake.
ipfsutil
Package ipfsutil contains helpers around IPFS (logging, datastore, networking, core API, ...).
Package ipfsutil contains helpers around IPFS (logging, datastore, networking, core API, ...).
testutil
Package testutil contains testing helpers (logging, slow skipping).
Package testutil contains testing helpers (logging, slow skipping).
tinder
Package tinder is a multi-driver service backed by a cache.
Package tinder is a multi-driver service backed by a cache.
tools
Package tools ensures that `go mod` detect some required dependencies.
Package tools ensures that `go mod` detect some required dependencies.

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