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Introducing Clio version 2.1.0

Version 2.1.0 of Clio, an XRP Ledger API server optimized for HTTP and WebSocket API calls, is now available. This release adds new features, bug fixes, and amendment support.

Notable New Features

Amendment Support

The following amendments have been introduced since Clio 2.0.0 and have transaction model changes. Clio 2.1.0 is built with libxrpl 2.0.0, which supports these amendments.

If these amendments are enabled and you have not upgraded Clio to 2.1.0 or newer, the ETL will be amendment blocked and new ledgers will not be processed.

To check the current voting status of these amendments on Mainnet, see the XRPScan Amendments Dashboard.

Database Migration

If you are currently running Clio 1.0.4 or earlier and upgrading, you must perform a database migration to properly support NFT data. Instructions for the migration are described here.

Install / Upgrade

Ubuntu Deb (x86_64)7a145b6685f1126dcbb540142453f6d24fa4edb9d017f3083f159c1dcabf2691

For other platforms, please build from source. The most recent commit in the git log should be:

commit 8575f786a8ba279a19a8dfb0b5b4641d3496bc63
Author: Sergey Kuznetsov <[email protected]>
Date:   Wed Feb 7 15:57:50 2024 +0000

    Comment out macOS CI (#1164)

What's Changed

See the Full Changelog on GitHub.

To report an issue, provide feedback, or propose a new idea, please open an issue.