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I'd like to contribute to Solidity standard library, which seems a bit feature-less. How can I do that? Is there are some agreements about Solidity standard lib like in c++?

I have implemented some functions that are probably useful in Smart Contracts: github.com/alianse777/solidity-standard-library

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I found some useful links in Solidity documentation.

Article about the contribution.

Coding standards.

  • Thanks, but this is coding standards, not a standard library specifications. – Alianse777 Dec 17 '17 at 14:03
  • @Alianse777 my bad. I haven’t found what you were asking for, but I found this repo in official solidity on github which is called standard. It is pretty small and considering its size I can assume there are no special agreements yet. – Roman Frolov Dec 17 '17 at 15:53
  • @Alianse777 by the way I’ve stared your repo and will test out your lib. Thanks for a good work and I hope you will successfully contribute to solidity. – Roman Frolov Dec 17 '17 at 16:38

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