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Is there a way besides cardano-cli that I can use to construct a transaction using Haskell?

Something like Lucid-cardano npm package, but in Haskell land?

Said library should allow me to construct a tx, its datums, redeemers, adding scripts, etc...

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You can almost certainly do this using the cardano-api in the same cardano-node repository. The code in cardano-cli can act as a guide.

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  • Thanks, will look into it. It does seem like it requires a running node?
    – Attilah
    Jul 31 at 15:15
  • Creating the transaction does not require a running node, but submitting the transactions to the network will require a node. Jul 31 at 20:44
  • cardano-transactions seems like what I would have loved to have, but it's not being actively developed anymore: let eitherTx = Tx.empty testnetMagic & Tx.addInput input0 & Tx.addOutput output0 & Tx.addOutput output1 & Tx.lock & Tx.signWith key0 & Tx.serialize
    – Attilah
    Jul 31 at 20:57
  • Thanks @Erik, I'll look into it. I was just kinda hopping for a more convenient interface to use (like lucid-cardano in the npm/js world).
    – Attilah
    Jul 31 at 20:58

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