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Goal

I am attempting to create a smart contract that uses contracts from the iden3 library. I am using the Remix IDE.

Problem

My issue is that the contract I need (IdentityBase.sol) has several relative dependencies:

import {IOnchainCredentialStatusResolver} from "../interfaces/IOnchainCredentialStatusResolver.sol";
import {IState} from "../interfaces/IState.sol";
import {IdentityLib} from "../lib/IdentityLib.sol";
import {SmtLib} from "../lib/SmtLib.sol";

// /**
//  * @dev Contract managing onchain identity
//  */
abstract contract IdentityBase is IOnchainCredentialStatusResolver {
...

When I try to compile my custom Contract (BasicContract.sol), I see a bunch of errors related to these relative imports. For example:

ParserError: Source "@iden3/contracts/lib/SmtLib.sol" not found: Deferred import
 --> @iden3/contracts/lib/IdentityLib.sol:5:1:
  |
5 | import {SmtLib} from "../lib/SmtLib.sol";

In other words, the error seems to be occurring when the compiler is looking for these nested, relative imports. enter image description here

How can I import these contracts?

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This turned out to be unrelated to the relative imports.

The issue was that the first import in my list (openzeppelin) was using the wrong compiler version.

I changed this:

import "@openzeppelin/contracts-upgradeable/access/OwnableUpgradeable.sol";

To this (source):

import "@openzeppelin/[email protected]/access/OwnableUpgradeable.sol";

Once this was fixed, all of the other compiler errors went away. This seems like a tricky Remix bug.

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