Oxen electron GUI wallet
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README.md

Oxen Electron GUI Wallet

Introduction

Oxen (formerly Loki) is a private cryptocurrency based on Monero. Oxen aims to provide a private data transmission layer using a second layer of Service Nodes. More information on the project can be found on the website and in the whitepaper. Oxen is an open source project, and we encourage contributions from anyone with something to offer.

Oxen wallet image

About this project

This is the new Electron GUI for Oxen. It is open source and completely free to use without restrictions, anyone may create an alternative implementation of the Oxen Electron GUI that uses the protocol and network in a compatible manner.

Please submit any changes as pull requests to the development branch, all changes are assessed in the development branch before being merged to master, release tags are considered stable builds for the GUI.

Pre-requisites

  • Download latest oxend
  • Extract the oxend binaries to a folder

Commands

nvm use 14.11.0
npm install -g @quasar/cli
git clone https://github.com/oxen-io/oxen-electron-gui-wallet
cd oxen-electron-gui-wallet
cp path_to_oxend_binaries/oxend bin/
cp path_to_oxend_binaries/oxen-wallet-rpc bin/
npm install

For dev:

npm run dev

For building:

Note: This will only build the binaries for the system you run the command on. Running this command on linux will only make linux binaries, no mac or windows binaries.

npm run build

Adding language support

Adding a new language is fairly simple.

  1. Duplicate the language file src/i18n/en-us.js and rename it to the relevant language code.
  2. Translate all the strings in that duplicated file. Take note that capitalization matters.
    • The translated string must go in-between the quotes ("")
      • E.G all: "ALL" -> all: "ВСЕ"
    • If possible try and stick to the general string formatting already present.
      • E.G if there is a new line then try and keep that in your translation.
      • The same goes for the pipe character |. DO NOT REMOVE IT.
    • Please don't translate strings inside {} brackets. They are meant as placeholders for other values.
      • Some examples include {type} and {count}.
      • E.G if you have a string A {index} then you may translate it as B {index} or {index} B depending on how the string makes sense in your language. You are allowed to reposition the placeholders for the string to make sense BUT DO NOT DELETE OR REPLACE THE PLACEHOLDERS WITH OTHER VALUES
  3. Add the language to the languages array in src/i18n/index.js. The flag property is the ISO 3166-1-alpha-2 code of a country.
    • NOTE: DO NOT ADD THE LANGUAGE TO export default. Dynamic language loading is handled by the application.
  4. Add your language locale to Vue Timeago. Add it in src/plugins/timeago.js under locales.
  5. Submit a PR with your changes.