Linkauth and Updateauth for setting up custom permissions for an account (under eosc system, since (v0.7.5) and (v0.7.7))
eosio.sudo wrap using –sudo-wrap flag for easily testing and executing a sudo’d transaction by Block Producers (v0.7.5)
Ability to output a raw unsigned transaction to a file to greatly simplify the creation of multisig proposals, that and many --offline- options to perform cold storage signature of transactions, from an airtight computer (v0.7.5)
Chain freezing tool (eosc tools chain-freeze) to easily pause the chain at a certain block, useful for grabbing a specific chain state or table data knowing it is immutable (upgraded in (v0.7.5))
Added standard contract developer commands ((v0.7.6))
eosc system setcontract : Allows a smart contract developer to push WASM code along with the ABI (Application Binary Interface)
eosc system setcode : Allows to push WASM code update without updating the ABI.
eosc system etabi: Allows to push a new ABI without updating the code.
Ability to atomically sell and transfer account ownership to another entity without the need for a trusted third party (with eosc tools sell-account, since (v0.7.7))
Bash and zsh shell auto-completion for increased usability ((v0.7.8))
As EOS.IO changes, and the needs of the user base change, EOS Canada will constantly be improving and adding new features to eosc. We encourage everyone to create Issues and Pull Requests on the GitHub repository to let us know what new features you’d like to see. Feel free to join us anytime in our Telegram channel if you’re ever having any issues.