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Extensions Functions

These functions are functions called by extensions built for ERC721 and ERC1155 Creator Contracts

General Functions

tokenExtension
Get the extension that minted the specified token. If not minted by a token, will return the 0x0 address
Permissions: Public function callable by anyone.
function tokenExtension(uint256 tokenId) external view returns (address)

Extension Mangement

Functions used to manage installed extensions
getExtensions
Gets a list of all registered extensions.
Permissions: Public function callable by anyone.
function getExtensions() view returns (address[] memory extensions)
registerExtension
Registers an extension, allowing it to access the mint function, and ability to set a token’s metadata URI or a base URI for that extension. The token URI for tokens minted by this extension will be baseURI<tokenID>. When registering an extension you can specify a third boolean parameter of "true" for baseURIIdentical to specify the token URI for all tokens to be identical (will not increment with appended tokenId).
Permissions: Owner/Admin function callable by contract owner only.
function registerExtension(address extension, string calldata baseURI, bool baseURIIdentical)s, baseURI (string), baseURI (string)
function registerExtension(address extension, string calldata baseURI)
unregisterExtension
Unregisters an extension and removes access to the mint function and all other extension capabilities.
Permissions: Owner/Admin function callable by contract owner only.
function unregisterExtension(address extension)
blacklistExtension
Blacklists an extension, preventing future registrations of the address. This function also destroys all references to metadata associated with tokens created by this extension, making them effectively useless.
Permissions: Owner/Admin function callable by contract owner only.
function blacklistExtension(address extension)
setApproveTransferExtension
Set the overall contract's approve transfer extension (See how to Receive a Transfer Callback here). Applies to all tokens in the contract and takes precedent over any extension level approve transfer functionality. Unset by setting the extension to the 0x0 address.
Permissions: Owner/Admin function callable by contract owner only.
function setApproveTransferExtension(address extension)
setRoyaltiesExtension
Override the royalties for all tokens minted by the specified extension
Permissions: Owner/Admin function callable by contract owner only.
function setRoyaltiesExtension(address extension, address payable[] calldata receivers, uint256[] calldata basisPoints)

Extension Metadata Functions

Functions used by extensions to set the metadata of tokens minted by the extension
setBaseTokenURIExtension
Sets the base URI for any tokens minted from this extension. Once set, the metadata URI will be base_uri/<tokenId> by default.
Permissions: Only callable by an extension
function setBaseTokenURIExtension(string calldata uri)
setTokenURIPrefixExtension
Sets a prefix for all tokens minted from this extension. If configured, and a token has a URI set, tokenURI will return <prefixURI><tokenURI>.
Permissions: Only callable by an extension
function setTokenURIPrefixExtension(string calldata prefix)
setTokenURIExtension
Set the tokenURI for a specific token minted from this extension. Useful if you want to do something with a dynamic metadata server and need sequential numbering of tokens. Various methods defined below.
Permissions: Only callable by an extension and only on token minted by the extension
function setTokenURIExtension(uint256 tokenId, string calldata uri) external
function setTokenURIExtension(uint256[] memory tokenId, string[] calldata uri)

Extension Logic Overriding

The powerful thing about Manifold Creator is the ability for extensions to fully override core functionality of NFT smart contracts. The following is a list of functionality extensions can override.

Metadata Handling

An extension can fully manage the token metadata logic by implementing the ICreatorExtensionTokenURI interface.
If an extension implements this interface then all metadata logic will be deferred to the extension's tokenURI function.

Token Transfer Approval

An extension can control whether or not a token can be transferred. To do this, the extension must implement the IERC721CreatorExtensionApproveTransfer interface (for ERC721) or the IERC1155CreatorExtensionApproveTransfer interface (for ERC1155).
If an extension implements this interface, by default, all transfers will call the extension's approveTransfer function prior to every token transfer. An extension can enable/disable this by calling the setApproveTransferExtension function.

Token Burn Callback

An extension can receive a callback whenever a token is burned. To do this, the extension must implement the IERC721CreatorExtensionBurnable interface (for ERC721) or the IERC1155CreatorExtensionBurnable interface (for ERC1155).
If an extension implements this interface, every time a token is burned it will call the extension's onBurn function.

Royalties

An extension can define the royalties for any tokens they mint. To do this, the extension must implement the ICreatorExtensionRoyalties interface.
If an extension implements this interface, the Creator Contract will defer all royalty lookups to the extension for tokens minted by it.

Minting

These are functions used by extensions to mint NFTs. NFTs minted by the extension will adhere to the extension's overriding logic.

ERC721

mintExtension
Mints a token from the extension. Also can set token URI or token data (immutable for a token) if desired.
Token Data is useful if you wish to store additional data needed by the extension at no additional cost (e.g. mint ordering data).
Permissions: Only callable by an installed extension
function mintExtension(address to) returns (uint256)
function mintExtension(address to, string calldata uri) returns (uint256)
function mintExtension(address to, uint80 data) returns (uint256)
mintExtensionBatch
Batch mints tokens from the extension. Also can set token URI or token data (immutable for a token) if desired.
Token Data is useful if you wish to store additional data needed by the extension at no additional cost (e.g. mint ordering data).
Permissions: Only callable by an installed extension
function mintExtensionBatch(address to, uint16 count) returns (uint256[] memory)
function mintExtensionBatch(address to, string[] calldata uris) returns (uint256[] memory)
function mintExtensionBatch(address to, uint80[] calldata data) returns (uint256[] memory)

ERC1155

mintExtensionNew
Mints a completely new token with the given amount from an extension. If URI is empty, URI will fall back to the default URI configured.
Permissions: Only callable by an installed extension
function mintExtensionNew(address[] calldata to, uint256[] calldata amounts, string[] calldata uris) returns (uint256[] memory)
mintExtensionExisting
Mints more of an existing token from the extension. Requires that the original token already exist and that it is not a token from an extension.
Permissions: Only callable by an installed extension
function mintExtensionExisting(address[] calldata to, uint256[] calldata tokenIds, uint256[] calldata amounts)
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