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Overview

    Package ptypes provides functionality for interacting with well-known types.

    Deprecated: Well-known types have specialized functionality directly injected into the generated packages for each message type. See the deprecation notice for each function for the suggested alternative.

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    Variables

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    Functions

    func AnyMessageName

    func AnyMessageName(any *anypb.Any) (string, error)

      AnyMessageName returns the message name contained in an anypb.Any message. Most type assertions should use the Is function instead.

      Deprecated: Call the any.MessageName method instead.

      func Duration

      func Duration(dur *durationpb.Duration) (time.Duration, error)

        Duration converts a durationpb.Duration to a time.Duration. Duration returns an error if dur is invalid or overflows a time.Duration.

        Deprecated: Call the dur.AsDuration and dur.CheckValid methods instead.

        func DurationProto

        func DurationProto(d time.Duration) *durationpb.Duration

          DurationProto converts a time.Duration to a durationpb.Duration.

          Deprecated: Call the durationpb.New function instead.

          func Empty

          func Empty(any *anypb.Any) (proto.Message, error)

            Empty returns a new message of the type specified in an anypb.Any message. It returns protoregistry.NotFound if the corresponding message type could not be resolved in the global registry.

            Deprecated: Use protoregistry.GlobalTypes.FindMessageByName instead to resolve the message name and create a new instance of it.

            func Is

            func Is(any *anypb.Any, m proto.Message) bool

              Is reports whether the Any message contains a message of the specified type.

              Deprecated: Call the any.MessageIs method instead.

              func MarshalAny

              func MarshalAny(m proto.Message) (*anypb.Any, error)

                MarshalAny marshals the given message m into an anypb.Any message.

                Deprecated: Call the anypb.New function instead.

                func Timestamp

                func Timestamp(ts *timestamppb.Timestamp) (time.Time, error)

                  Timestamp converts a timestamppb.Timestamp to a time.Time. It returns an error if the argument is invalid.

                  Unlike most Go functions, if Timestamp returns an error, the first return value is not the zero time.Time. Instead, it is the value obtained from the time.Unix function when passed the contents of the Timestamp, in the UTC locale. This may or may not be a meaningful time; many invalid Timestamps do map to valid time.Times.

                  A nil Timestamp returns an error. The first return value in that case is undefined.

                  Deprecated: Call the ts.AsTime and ts.CheckValid methods instead.

                  func TimestampNow

                  func TimestampNow() *timestamppb.Timestamp

                    TimestampNow returns a google.protobuf.Timestamp for the current time.

                    Deprecated: Call the timestamppb.Now function instead.

                    func TimestampProto

                    func TimestampProto(t time.Time) (*timestamppb.Timestamp, error)

                      TimestampProto converts the time.Time to a google.protobuf.Timestamp proto. It returns an error if the resulting Timestamp is invalid.

                      Deprecated: Call the timestamppb.New function instead.

                      func TimestampString

                      func TimestampString(ts *timestamppb.Timestamp) string

                        TimestampString returns the RFC 3339 string for valid Timestamps. For invalid Timestamps, it returns an error message in parentheses.

                        Deprecated: Call the ts.AsTime method instead, followed by a call to the Format method on the time.Time value.

                        func UnmarshalAny

                        func UnmarshalAny(any *anypb.Any, m proto.Message) error

                          UnmarshalAny unmarshals the encoded value contained in the anypb.Any message into the provided message m. It returns an error if the target message does not match the type in the Any message or if an unmarshal error occurs.

                          The target message m may be a *DynamicAny message. If the underlying message type could not be resolved, then this returns protoregistry.NotFound.

                          Deprecated: Call the any.UnmarshalTo method instead.

                          Types

                          type DynamicAny

                          type DynamicAny struct{ proto.Message }

                            DynamicAny is a value that can be passed to UnmarshalAny to automatically allocate a proto.Message for the type specified in an anypb.Any message. The allocated message is stored in the embedded proto.Message.

                            Example:

                            var x ptypes.DynamicAny
                            if err := ptypes.UnmarshalAny(a, &x); err != nil { ... }
                            fmt.Printf("unmarshaled message: %v", x.Message)
                            

                            Deprecated: Use the any.UnmarshalNew method instead to unmarshal the any message contents into a new instance of the underlying message.

                            func (DynamicAny) ProtoMessage

                            func (m DynamicAny) ProtoMessage()

                            func (DynamicAny) ProtoReflect

                            func (m DynamicAny) ProtoReflect() protoreflect.Message

                            func (DynamicAny) Reset

                            func (m DynamicAny) Reset()

                            func (DynamicAny) String

                            func (m DynamicAny) String() string

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