Deon Digital CSL platform documentation¶
This is an introduction to and overview of Deon Digital’s Contract Specification Language (CSL). As the name implies, CSL is used to specify contracts – details such as the particular execution method or how participating parties are authenticated/validated are deliberately not included in the CSL specification.
This guide is also available as a single PDF file here.
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For an introduction to the CSL language with a simple walk-through of your first contract and explanation of the basic concepts, start here:
The following chapters are useful as reference once you know the basic concepts:
- Contract language reference
- Value expression language
- Report query language
- The CSL Standard Library
- CSL grammar
In this chapter we introduce the code generation tool
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In this chapter we describe how to configure text editors to conveniently interact with CSL:
In this chapter we provide an architectural overview of the Deon Digital platform
For various examples look in these chapters:
Some more advanced exercises and solutions to most exercises presented in this guide: