allow-downloadsenabled, after adding this manually when testing in firefox worked for me. It seems like this restriction is not enforced in some browser versions, i'm not sure tbh
<BogdanHabic> > There is a backup service
But they are completely seperated. Still you can test there as that one has all the features of sourcify.dev with some aditional features (staging branch of the project)
so it shouldn't be used as a fallback I guess?
@openzeppelin/contracts/token/ERC20/ERC20.solwork without needing to reroute them.
@openzeppelin/contracts/token/ERC20/ERC20.sol). The internal strcuture seems easy enough, the question is if there's any way to make the
@openzeppelinto work (instead of something like
yes, that could be possible... I m a bit unsure how to map
@openzeppelin but i m sure we can find something.
ccing @EdsonAlcala who is the developer of the defi plugin.
also if you use remixd or remix-desktop https://github.com/ethereum/remix-desktop importing with
@openzeppelin/contracts/token/ERC20/ERC20.sol should already work
/deploymentsfolder in the Defi plugin are where the magic happens, but I don't really get what I need to do.