Guard

Guards are central to any Sapio contract. The allow declaring a piece of miniscript logic.

These guards can either be used standalone as unlocking conditions or as a requirement on a finish! or then! function.

If a guard! is marked as cached, the compiler will make an effort to only invoke the guard! once during compilation. This is helpful in contexts where a guard! might be expensive to call, e.g. if it is programmed to retrieve a Clause from a remote server. It is not guaranteed that the guard! is only invoked once.

guard! macro


#![allow(unused)]
fn main() {
guard!{
    fn name(self, ctx) {/*Clause*/}
}
/// The guard should only be invoked once by the compiler, and the result stored
guard!{
    cached fn name(self, ctx) {/*Clause*/}
}
}