Simple tool for simple debugging.
We try to accept both hex and base64 formats and provide a useful response.
Note we often encode bytes as hex in the logs, but as base64 in the JSON.
The following give the same result:
gaiadebug pubkey TZTQnfqOsi89SeoXVnIw+tnFJnr4X8qVC0U8AsEmFk4= gaiadebug pubkey 4D94D09DFA8EB22F3D49EA17567230FAD9C5267AF85FCA950B453C02C126164E
Pass in a hex/base64 tx and get back the full JSON
gaiadebug tx <hex or base64 transaction>
This is a command with boilerplate for using Go as a scripting language to hack on an existing Gaia state.
Currently we have an example for the state of gaia-6001 after it
If you run
gaiadebug hack $HOME/.gaiad on that
state, it will do a binary search on the state history to find when the state
invariant was violated.
There is no documentation for this package.