Building CorDapps against a non-release branch
It is advisable to develop CorDapps against the most recent Corda stable release. However, you may need to build a CorDapp against an unstable non-release branch if your CorDapp uses a very recent feature, or you are using the CorDapp to test a PR on the main codebase.
To work against a non-release branch, proceed as follows:
Clone the Corda repository
Check out the branch or commit of the Corda repository you want to work against
Make a note of the
gradlePluginsVersionin the root
constants.propertiesfile of the Corda repository
Clone the Corda Gradle Plugins repository
Check out the tag of the Corda Gradle Plugins repository corresponding to the
Follow the instructions in the readme of the Corda Gradle Plugins repository to install this version of the Corda Gradle plugins locally
Open a terminal window in the folder where you cloned the Corda repository
Publish Corda to your local Maven repository using the following commands:
- Make a note of the
corda_release_versionin the root
build.gradlefile of the Corda repository.
- In your CorDapp’s root
corda_release_versionnoted down earlier.
gradlePluginsVersionnoted down earlier - for Corda Enterprise 4.7 this must be
ext.corda_gradle_plugins_version = '5.0.12'.