JediSwap V2 is a Cairo fork of Uniswap V3. The smart contract system comprises of many libraries, which together make the Core and Periphery.
Core contracts provide fundamental safety guarantees for all parties interacting with JediSwap. They define the logic of pool generation, the pools themselves, and the interactions involving the respective assets therein.
Periphery contracts interact with one or more Core contracts but are not part of the core. They are designed to provide methods of interacting with the core that increase clarity and user safety.
External calls will primarily call the periphery interfaces. Externally available functions are all viewable in the reference documentation. Internal functions are viewable on the JediSwap V2 Github repo.
The factory defines the logic for generating pools. A pool is defined by two tokens, which make up the asset pair, and a fee. There can be multiple pools of the same asset pair, distinguished only by their swap fee.
The periphery is a constellation of smart contracts designed to support interactions with the core. As the protocol is a permissionless system, the contracts described below have no special privileges and are only a small subset of possible periphery-like contracts.