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I would like to compile all contracts in a folder at one go.

I tried "compile all": "docker run --rm -v \"$PWD\":\"$PWD\" -w \"$PWD\" ligolang/ligo:0.24.0 compile-contract contracts/*.ligo main > compiled/*.tz",

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Try

cd contracts
for i in *.ligo; do 
    docker run --rm -v \"$PWD\":\"$PWD\" -w \"$PWD\" \
        ligolang/ligo:0.24.0 compile-contract \ 
        contracts/$i main > compiled/$i.tz
done
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  • thanks for your reply. Could you explain what you mean by for i in *.ls; Its not working and I'm trying to understand your code.
    – DottoreM
    Sep 20 at 12:27
  • Also, I am trying this out, as a script in my package.json
    – DottoreM
    Sep 20 at 12:28
  • i'm sorry, that was a type. it should be *.ligo of course. updating answer
    – arvidj
    Sep 21 at 7:04
  • I'm making some minor modifications so i can mark this as the answer: since $i is effectively the whole file name, you will end up with the extension printed twice. so for a given contract.ligo, $i.ligo will print contract.ligo.ligo.tz
    – DottoreM
    Sep 21 at 9:50
  • I also navigated inside the contracts folder to avoid having the path printed in the file name.
    – DottoreM
    Sep 21 at 9:52

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