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Introducing Clio version 2.2.0

Version 2.2.0 of Clio, an XRP Ledger API server optimized for HTTP and WebSocket API calls, is now available. This release adds new features and bug fixes.

Notable New Features

  • Price Oracle support, including get_aggregate_price API
  • Forwarding the feature API method to rippled (A non-admin version of this method was added in rippled 2.2.0)
    • A Clio-native implementation of the feature API is planned for the future
  • Improved doxygen documentation
  • TLS 1.3 support
  • C++23 compilers

Amendment Support

The following amendments have been introduced since Clio 2.1.2 and have transaction model changes. Clio 2.2.0 is built with libxrpl 2.2.0, which supports these amendments.

If these amendments are enabled and you have not upgraded Clio to 2.2.0 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 XRPL 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. See the clio_migrator branch and its README for instructions.

Install / Upgrade

Ubuntu Deb (x86_64)e53ebc026b45962a35afea047068260567873c9508bd93a66c5180fb4645059a

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

commit 4940d463dc602c56b36bb1244186e07e11e6fde2
Author: cyan317 <[email protected]>
Date:   Fri Jun 21 11:54:53 2024 +0100

    Fix empty currency (#1481)

What's Changed

See the Full Changelog on GitHub.


The Clio open-source project is seeking feedback and engagement from the XRPL community.