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Install the latest version of the Rust programming language on your system.
Create a new project in Rust using the
cargo newcommand, giving it a name of your choice.
Add the dependencies for the ZKP library to your
In your project's main file, import the ZKP library and create a new ZKP compiler instance using the
Define the input and output types for your compiler using the
Write the Rust code for your compiler, including any necessary logic for handling the input and generating the output.
zkp::Compiler::compilemethod to compile your code into a ZKP program.
Test your compiler using the
zkp::Compiler::verifymethod, passing in the appropriate inputs and expected outputs.
If the verification succeeds, your compiler is ready to be used in a ZKP application.
In addition to the steps outlined above:
Define the specific zero-knowledge proof protocol that your compiler will use, such as Schnorr or Groth16.
Use the appropriate methods from the ZKP library to define the proving and verifying keys for your compiler.
In your compiler code, include logic for generating the proof using the proving key and verifying the proof using the verifying key.