Configurable constants

In Sway, you can define configurable constants which can be changed during the contract deployment in the SDK. Here is an example how the constants are defined.


enum EnumWithGeneric<D> {
    VariantOne: D,
    VariantTwo: (),

struct StructWithGeneric<D> {
    field_1: D,
    field_2: u64,

configurable {
    U8: u8 = 8u8,
    BOOL: bool = true,
    ARRAY: [u32; 3] = [253u32, 254u32, 255u32],
    STR_4: str[4] = "fuel",
    STRUCT: StructWithGeneric<u8> = StructWithGeneric {
        field_1: 8u8,
        field_2: 16,
    ENUM: EnumWithGeneric<bool> = EnumWithGeneric::VariantOne(true),

abi TestContract {
    fn return_configurables() -> (u8, bool, [u32; 3], str[4], StructWithGeneric<u8>, EnumWithGeneric<bool>);

impl TestContract for Contract {
    fn return_configurables(    ) -> (u8, bool, [u32; 3], str[4], StructWithGeneric<u8>, EnumWithGeneric<bool>) {
        (U8, BOOL, ARRAY, STR_4, STRUCT, ENUM)

Each of the configurable constants will get a dedicated set method in the SDK. For example, the constant STR_4 will get the set_str_4 method which accepts the same types as defined in sway. Below is an example where we chain several set methods and deploy the contract with the new constants.

        name = "MyContract",
        abi = "packages/fuels/tests/contracts/configurables/out/debug/configurables-abi.json"

    let wallet = launch_provider_and_get_wallet().await;

    let new_str: SizedAsciiString<4> = "FUEL".try_into()?;
    let new_struct = StructWithGeneric {
        field_1: 16u8,
        field_2: 32,
    let new_enum = EnumWithGeneric::VariantTwo;

    let configurables = MyContractConfigurables::new()

    let contract_id = Contract::deploy_with_parameters(

    let contract_instance = MyContract::new(contract_id, wallet.clone());