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Package jsonschema uses reflection to generate JSON Schemas from Go types [1].

If json tags are present on struct fields, they will be used to infer property names and if a property is required (omitempty is present).

[1] http://json-schema.org/latest/json-schema-validation.html



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var Version = "http://json-schema.org/draft-04/schema#"

Version is the JSON Schema version. If extending JSON Schema with custom values use a custom URI. RFC draft-wright-json-schema-00, section 6


func ExtractGoComments

func ExtractGoComments(base, path string, commentMap map[string]string) error

ExtractGoComments will read all the go files contained in the provided path, including sub-directories, in order to generate a dictionary of comments associated with Types and Fields. The results will be added to the `commentsMap` provided in the parameters and expected to be used for Schema "description" fields.

The `go/parser` library is used to extract all the comments and unfortunately doesn't have a built-in way to determine the fully qualified name of a package. The `base` paremeter, the URL used to import that package, is thus required to be able to match reflected types.

When parsing type comments, we use the `go/doc`'s Synopsis method to extract the first phrase only. Field comments, which tend to be much shorter, will include everything.


type Definitions

type Definitions map[string]*Type

Definitions hold schema definitions. http://json-schema.org/latest/json-schema-validation.html#rfc.section.5.26 RFC draft-wright-json-schema-validation-00, section 5.26

type Reflector

type Reflector struct {
	// AllowAdditionalProperties will cause the Reflector to generate a schema
	// with additionalProperties to 'true' for all struct types. This means
	// the presence of additional keys in JSON objects will not cause validation
	// to fail. Note said additional keys will simply be dropped when the
	// validated JSON is unmarshaled.
	AllowAdditionalProperties bool

	// RequiredFromJSONSchemaTags will cause the Reflector to generate a schema
	// that requires any key tagged with `jsonschema:required`, overriding the
	// default of requiring any key *not* tagged with `json:,omitempty`.
	RequiredFromJSONSchemaTags bool

	// YAMLEmbeddedStructs will cause the Reflector to generate a schema that does
	// not inline embedded structs. This should be enabled if the JSON schemas are
	// used with yaml.Marshal/Unmarshal.
	YAMLEmbeddedStructs bool

	// Prefer yaml: tags over json: tags to generate the schema even if json: tags
	// are present
	PreferYAMLSchema bool

	// ExpandedStruct will cause the toplevel definitions of the schema not
	// be referenced itself to a definition.
	ExpandedStruct bool

	// Do not reference definitions.
	// All types are still registered under the "definitions" top-level object,
	// but instead of $ref fields in containing types, the entire definition
	// of the contained type is inserted.
	// This will cause the entire structure of types to be output in one tree.
	DoNotReference bool

	// Use package paths as well as type names, to avoid conflicts.
	// Without this setting, if two packages contain a type with the same name,
	// and both are present in a schema, they will conflict and overwrite in
	// the definition map and produce bad output.  This is particularly
	// noticeable when using DoNotReference.
	FullyQualifyTypeNames bool

	// IgnoredTypes defines a slice of types that should be ignored in the schema,
	// switching to just allowing additional properties instead.
	IgnoredTypes []interface{}

	// TypeMapper is a function that can be used to map custom Go types to jsonschema types.
	TypeMapper func(reflect.Type) *Type

	// TypeNamer allows customizing of type names
	TypeNamer func(reflect.Type) string

	// AdditionalFields allows adding structfields for a given type
	AdditionalFields func(reflect.Type) []reflect.StructField

	// CommentMap is a dictionary of fully qualified go types and fields to comment
	// strings that will be used if a description has not already been provided in
	// the tags. Types and fields are added to the package path using "." as a
	// separator.
	// Type descriptions should be defined like:
	//   map[string]string{"github.com/alecthomas/jsonschema.Reflector": "A Reflector reflects values into a Schema."}
	// And Fields defined as:
	//   map[string]string{"github.com/alecthomas/jsonschema.Reflector.DoNotReference": "Do not reference definitions."}
	// See also: AddGoComments
	CommentMap map[string]string

A Reflector reflects values into a Schema.

func (*Reflector) AddGoComments

func (r *Reflector) AddGoComments(base, path string) error

AddGoComments will update the reflectors comment map with all the comments found in the provided source directories. See the #ExtractGoComments method for more details.

func (*Reflector) Reflect

func (r *Reflector) Reflect(v interface{}) *Schema

Reflect reflects to Schema from a value.

func (*Reflector) ReflectFromType

func (r *Reflector) ReflectFromType(t reflect.Type) *Schema

ReflectFromType generates root schema

type Schema

type Schema struct {
	Definitions Definitions

Schema is the root schema. RFC draft-wright-json-schema-00, section 4.5

func Reflect

func Reflect(v interface{}) *Schema

Reflect reflects to Schema from a value using the default Reflector

func ReflectFromType

func ReflectFromType(t reflect.Type) *Schema

ReflectFromType generates root schema using the default Reflector

func (*Schema) MarshalJSON

func (s *Schema) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

type Type

type Type struct {
	// RFC draft-wright-json-schema-00
	Version string `json:"$schema,omitempty"` // section 6.1
	Ref     string `json:"$ref,omitempty"`    // section 7
	// RFC draft-wright-json-schema-validation-00, section 5
	MultipleOf           int                    `json:"multipleOf,omitempty"`           // section 5.1
	Maximum              int                    `json:"maximum,omitempty"`              // section 5.2
	ExclusiveMaximum     bool                   `json:"exclusiveMaximum,omitempty"`     // section 5.3
	Minimum              int                    `json:"minimum,omitempty"`              // section 5.4
	ExclusiveMinimum     bool                   `json:"exclusiveMinimum,omitempty"`     // section 5.5
	MaxLength            int                    `json:"maxLength,omitempty"`            // section 5.6
	MinLength            int                    `json:"minLength,omitempty"`            // section 5.7
	Pattern              string                 `json:"pattern,omitempty"`              // section 5.8
	AdditionalItems      *Type                  `json:"additionalItems,omitempty"`      // section 5.9
	Items                *Type                  `json:"items,omitempty"`                // section 5.9
	MaxItems             int                    `json:"maxItems,omitempty"`             // section 5.10
	MinItems             int                    `json:"minItems,omitempty"`             // section 5.11
	UniqueItems          bool                   `json:"uniqueItems,omitempty"`          // section 5.12
	MaxProperties        int                    `json:"maxProperties,omitempty"`        // section 5.13
	MinProperties        int                    `json:"minProperties,omitempty"`        // section 5.14
	Required             []string               `json:"required,omitempty"`             // section 5.15
	Properties           *orderedmap.OrderedMap `json:"properties,omitempty"`           // section 5.16
	PatternProperties    map[string]*Type       `json:"patternProperties,omitempty"`    // section 5.17
	AdditionalProperties json.RawMessage        `json:"additionalProperties,omitempty"` // section 5.18
	Dependencies         map[string]*Type       `json:"dependencies,omitempty"`         // section 5.19
	Enum                 []interface{}          `json:"enum,omitempty"`                 // section 5.20
	Type                 string                 `json:"type,omitempty"`                 // section 5.21
	AllOf                []*Type                `json:"allOf,omitempty"`                // section 5.22
	AnyOf                []*Type                `json:"anyOf,omitempty"`                // section 5.23
	OneOf                []*Type                `json:"oneOf,omitempty"`                // section 5.24
	Not                  *Type                  `json:"not,omitempty"`                  // section 5.25
	Definitions          Definitions            `json:"definitions,omitempty"`          // section 5.26
	// RFC draft-wright-json-schema-validation-00, section 6, 7
	Title       string        `json:"title,omitempty"`       // section 6.1
	Description string        `json:"description,omitempty"` // section 6.1
	Default     interface{}   `json:"default,omitempty"`     // section 6.2
	Format      string        `json:"format,omitempty"`      // section 7
	Examples    []interface{} `json:"examples,omitempty"`    // section 7.4
	// RFC draft-handrews-json-schema-validation-02, section 9.4
	ReadOnly  bool `json:"readOnly,omitempty"`
	WriteOnly bool `json:"writeOnly,omitempty"`
	// RFC draft-wright-json-schema-hyperschema-00, section 4
	Media          *Type  `json:"media,omitempty"`          // section 4.3
	BinaryEncoding string `json:"binaryEncoding,omitempty"` // section 4.3

	Extras map[string]interface{} `json:"-"`

Type represents a JSON Schema object type.

func (*Type) MarshalJSON

func (t *Type) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)


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