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I received the following error while trying to execute a custom built web3.py

install_solc("0.6.0")
complied_sol = compile_standard(
    {
        "language": "Solidity",
        "sources": {"SimpleStorage.sol": {"content": simple_storage_file}},
        "settings": {
            "outputSelection": {
                "*": {"*": ["abi", "metadata", "evm.bytecode", "evm.sourceMap"]}
            }
        },
    },
    solc_version="0.6.0",
)

Error:

Exception has occurred: TypeError
solc_wrapper() got an unexpected keyword argument 'solc_version'

If anyone knows how to fix this. Kindly Help Out. Is this deprecated and is there a new-way or using it? Note: I am using 0.6.0 version of Solidity.

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  • Is evm.sourceMap working? What about evm.bytecode.sourceMap?
    – v1bio
    Feb 14, 2022 at 10:51
  • @v1bio How do I know mate? How do I Check It??
    – Ayush
    Feb 14, 2022 at 18:03
  • change the code
    – v1bio
    Feb 14, 2022 at 19:11
  • I did, doesn't seem to fix the error. Even changing the solc version doesn't fix it.
    – Ayush
    Feb 15, 2022 at 2:01

1 Answer 1

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Took me a day and some coffee but fixed it. I am not completely sure how I got it working but here is a list of troubleshooting steps I was trying that helped me out.

  • Uninstall py-solc-x via terminal using, pip uninstall py-solc-x
  • Use pip cache purge to remove any redundant packages. (Optional)
  • Recheck the path lib\site-packages\solcx\bin\ in your python installation folder [or your virtual environment]. If there is something inside it. Delete It. (If it doesn't exist, then skip)
  • Reinstall py-solc-x via pip install py-solc-x.
  • Check your Solidity Global Compiler Version in VSCode by hitting Ctrl + Shift + P and set it the one mentioned by you in your install_solc() and solc_version and pragma solidity.
  • [For Virtual Environments Only] Check if you have any conflicting py-solc-x packages on your host python directory via pip freeze.
  • Last but not least, Check If you the correct Python Interpreter selected in the same way by hitting Ctrl + Shift + P in which you decide to work on. This can be helpful if you are on a virtual environment.

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