In this tutorial, we will transpile the ERC-20 contract from OpenZeppelin.
Before we run the program, we will make some adjustments to the ERC-20 file. We will add the events from the IERC-20 interface to our contract. We do this because later in the contract, we want to emit these events. Another thing we will change is to rewrite all functions
msg.sender. We do this because we want to demonstrate how to call
msg.sender in ink!.
Running Sol2Ink is easy. First we need to navigate to the folder where we saved
sol2ink and we will call
./sol2ink path, where
path is the path to our
ERC20 file. The output file will be stored in the newly created folder
generated, containing all of the files of the contract. Now we will try to build it!