GUI based executable application that allows Hyperledger Fabric (HLF) configuration blocks to be viewed and updated transactions created for channel configuration, adding new organizations, and generating crypto material.
_Updating a Hyperledger Fabric network configuration and adding/updating organizations requires a configuration block to be defined, signed and then executed as an update config transaction. Doing this manually with CLI tools can be complex and cumbersome.
Byantine-config provides an executable GUI application that greatly simplifies updating and adding Organizations. It essentially automates the manual process using the CLI tools crytpogen and configtxlator. Users can connect to a HLF network, current configuration will be displayed, which can then be edited or new organziatons added. Also, crypto material for new organizations will be generated. A correctly formated update transaction protocol buffer file, will be produce that can then be executed as an update transaction in order to update the network._
See https://byzantine-tools.com for more info.
Enter the Github IDs for the set of initial committers.
- Arnaud Le Hors firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Please refer to the README for additional information on existing repositories._
We will compress and move to Hyperledger Lab repositories.
- https://github.com/in-the-keyhole/byzantine-config Electron built binaries
- https://github.com/in-the-keyhole/byzantine-config-source Source code