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    This package has the automatically generated fake clientset.

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    Constants

    This section is empty.

    Variables

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    var AddToScheme = localSchemeBuilder.AddToScheme

      AddToScheme adds all types of this clientset into the given scheme. This allows composition of clientsets, like in:

      import (
        "k8s.io/client-go/kubernetes"
        clientsetscheme "k8s.io/client-go/kubernetes/scheme"
        aggregatorclientsetscheme "k8s.io/kube-aggregator/pkg/client/clientset_generated/clientset/scheme"
      )
      
      kclientset, _ := kubernetes.NewForConfig(c)
      _ = aggregatorclientsetscheme.AddToScheme(clientsetscheme.Scheme)
      

      After this, RawExtensions in Kubernetes types will serialize kube-aggregator types correctly.

      Functions

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      Types

      type Clientset

      type Clientset struct {
      	testing.Fake
      	// contains filtered or unexported fields
      }

        Clientset implements clientset.Interface. Meant to be embedded into a struct to get a default implementation. This makes faking out just the method you want to test easier.

        func NewSimpleClientset

        func NewSimpleClientset(objects ...runtime.Object) *Clientset

          NewSimpleClientset returns a clientset that will respond with the provided objects. It's backed by a very simple object tracker that processes creates, updates and deletions as-is, without applying any validations and/or defaults. It shouldn't be considered a replacement for a real clientset and is mostly useful in simple unit tests.

          func (*Clientset) ApacheV1alpha1

          func (c *Clientset) ApacheV1alpha1() apachev1alpha1.ApacheV1alpha1Interface

            ApacheV1alpha1 retrieves the ApacheV1alpha1Client

            func (*Clientset) Discovery

            func (c *Clientset) Discovery() discovery.DiscoveryInterface

            func (*Clientset) Tracker

            func (c *Clientset) Tracker() testing.ObjectTracker