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supportsModule

Checks if a ERC-7579 module type is supported by the smart account. Check out this guide for a complete tutorial.

Usage

example.ts
import { erc7579Actions } from "permissionless/actions/erc7579"
 
const safeAccount = await signerToSafeSmartAccount(publicClient, {
	signer,
	safeVersion: "1.4.1",
	entryPoint: ENTRYPOINT_ADDRESS_V07,
	safe4337ModuleAddress: "0x3Fdb5BC686e861480ef99A6E3FaAe03c0b9F32e2", // These are not meant to be used in production as of now.
	erc7569LaunchpadAddress: "0xEBe001b3D534B9B6E2500FB78E67a1A137f561CE", // These are not meant to be used in production as of now.
})
 
// Extend the client with the ERC7579 actions
const smartAccountClient = createSmartAccountClient({
	account: safeAccount,
	entryPoint: ENTRYPOINT_ADDRESS_V07,
	chain: sepolia,
	bundlerTransport: http(bundlerUrl),
	middleware: {
		gasPrice: async () => {
			return (await pimlicoBundlerClient.getUserOperationGasPrice()).fast
		},
		sponsorUserOperation: pimlicoBundlerClient.sponsorUserOperation,
	},
}).extend(erc7579Actions({ entryPoint: ENTRYPOINT_ADDRESS_V07 }))
 
const isModuleSupported = await smartAccountClient.supportsModule({
	type: "fallback",
})
 

Returns

  • Type: boolean

True if the module type is supported, false otherwise.

Parameters

type

  • Type: ModuleType

Type of the module to check. Accepted values are "validator" | "executor" | "fallback" | "hook".