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func AppendAllLabels

func AppendAllLabels(showLabels bool, itemLabels map[string]string) string

Append all labels to a single column. We need this even when show-labels flag* is false, since this adds newline delimiter to the end of each row.

func AppendLabels

func AppendLabels(itemLabels map[string]string, columnLabels []string) string

func DecorateTable

func DecorateTable(table *metav1beta1.Table, options PrintOptions) error

DecorateTable takes a table and attempts to add label columns and the namespace column. It will fill empty columns with nil (if the object does not expose metadata). It returns an error if the table cannot be decorated.

func FormatResourceName

func FormatResourceName(kind schema.GroupKind, name string, withKind bool) string

FormatResourceName receives a resource kind, name, and boolean specifying whether or not to update the current name to "kind/name"

func GetNewTabWriter

func GetNewTabWriter(output io.Writer) *tabwriter.Writer

GetNewTabWriter returns a tabwriter that translates tabbed columns in input into properly aligned text.

func PrintTable

func PrintTable(table *metav1beta1.Table, output io.Writer, options PrintOptions) error

PrintTable prints a table to the provided output respecting the filtering rules for options for wide columns and filtered rows. It filters out rows that are Completed. You should call DecorateTable if you receive a table from a remote server before calling PrintTable.

func RelaxedJSONPathExpression

func RelaxedJSONPathExpression(pathExpression string) (string, error)

RelaxedJSONPathExpression attempts to be flexible with JSONPath expressions, it accepts:

  • (no leading '.' or curly braces '{...}'
  • {} (no leading '.')
  • (no curly braces '{...}')
  • {} (complete expression)

And transforms them all into a valid jsonpath expression:


func ValidatePrintHandlerFunc

func ValidatePrintHandlerFunc(printFunc reflect.Value) error

ValidatePrintHandlerFunc validates print handler signature. printFunc is the function that will be called to print an object. It must be of the following type:

func printFunc(object ObjectType, w io.Writer, options PrintOptions) error

where ObjectType is the type of the object that will be printed. DEPRECATED: will be replaced with ValidateRowPrintHandlerFunc

func ValidateRowPrintHandlerFunc

func ValidateRowPrintHandlerFunc(printFunc reflect.Value) error

ValidateRowPrintHandlerFunc validates print handler signature. printFunc is the function that will be called to print an object. It must be of the following type:

func printFunc(object ObjectType, options PrintOptions) ([]metav1beta1.TableRow, error)

where ObjectType is the type of the object that will be printed, and the first return value is an array of rows, with each row containing a number of cells that match the number of columns defined for that printer function.


type Column

type Column struct {
	// The header to print above the column, general style is ALL_CAPS
	Header string
	// The pointer to the field in the object to print in JSONPath form
	// e.g. {.ObjectMeta.Name}, see pkg/util/jsonpath for more details.
	FieldSpec string

Column represents a user specified column

type CustomColumnsPrintFlags

type CustomColumnsPrintFlags struct {
	NoHeaders        bool
	TemplateArgument string

CustomColumnsPrintFlags provides default flags necessary for printing custom resource columns from an inline-template or file.

func NewCustomColumnsPrintFlags

func NewCustomColumnsPrintFlags() *CustomColumnsPrintFlags

NewCustomColumnsPrintFlags returns flags associated with custom-column printing, with default values set. NoHeaders and TemplateArgument should be set by callers.

func (*CustomColumnsPrintFlags) AddFlags

func (f *CustomColumnsPrintFlags) AddFlags(c *cobra.Command)

AddFlags receives a *cobra.Command reference and binds flags related to custom-columns printing

func (*CustomColumnsPrintFlags) AllowedFormats

func (f *CustomColumnsPrintFlags) AllowedFormats() []string

func (*CustomColumnsPrintFlags) ToPrinter

func (f *CustomColumnsPrintFlags) ToPrinter(templateFormat string) (ResourcePrinter, error)

ToPrinter receives an templateFormat and returns a printer capable of handling custom-column printing. Returns false if the specified templateFormat does not match a supported format. Supported format types can be found in pkg/printers/printers.go

type CustomColumnsPrinter

type CustomColumnsPrinter struct {
	Columns   []Column
	Decoder   runtime.Decoder
	NoHeaders bool
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

CustomColumnPrinter is a printer that knows how to print arbitrary columns of data from templates specified in the `Columns` array

func NewCustomColumnsPrinterFromSpec

func NewCustomColumnsPrinterFromSpec(spec string, decoder runtime.Decoder, noHeaders bool) (*CustomColumnsPrinter, error)

NewCustomColumnsPrinterFromSpec creates a custom columns printer from a comma separated list of <header>:<jsonpath-field-spec> pairs. e.g.,API_VERSION:apiVersion creates a printer that prints:

NAME               API_VERSION
foo                bar

func NewCustomColumnsPrinterFromTemplate

func NewCustomColumnsPrinterFromTemplate(templateReader io.Reader, decoder runtime.Decoder) (*CustomColumnsPrinter, error)

NewCustomColumnsPrinterFromTemplate creates a custom columns printer from a template stream. The template is expected to consist of two lines, whitespace separated. The first line is the header line, the second line is the jsonpath field spec For example, the template below: NAME API_VERSION {} {apiVersion}

func (*CustomColumnsPrinter) PrintObj

func (s *CustomColumnsPrinter) PrintObj(obj runtime.Object, out io.Writer) error

type Describer

type Describer interface {
	Describe(namespace, name string, describerSettings DescriberSettings) (output string, err error)

Describer generates output for the named resource or an error if the output could not be generated. Implementers typically abstract the retrieval of the named object from a remote server.

type DescriberSettings

type DescriberSettings struct {
	ShowEvents bool

DescriberSettings holds display configuration for each object describer to control what is printed.

type ErrNoDescriber

type ErrNoDescriber struct {
	Types []string

ErrNoDescriber is a structured error indicating the provided object or objects cannot be described.

func (ErrNoDescriber) Error

func (e ErrNoDescriber) Error() string

Error implements the error interface.

type HumanReadablePrinter

type HumanReadablePrinter struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

HumanReadablePrinter is an implementation of ResourcePrinter which attempts to provide more elegant output. It is not threadsafe, but you may call PrintObj repeatedly; headers will only be printed if the object type changes. This makes it useful for printing items received from watches.

func NewHumanReadablePrinter

func NewHumanReadablePrinter(decoder runtime.Decoder, options PrintOptions) *HumanReadablePrinter

NewHumanReadablePrinter creates a HumanReadablePrinter. If encoder and decoder are provided, an attempt to convert unstructured types to internal types is made.

func NewTablePrinter

func NewTablePrinter() *HumanReadablePrinter

NewTablePrinter creates a HumanReadablePrinter suitable for calling PrintTable().

func (*HumanReadablePrinter) AddTabWriter

func (a *HumanReadablePrinter) AddTabWriter(t bool) *HumanReadablePrinter

AddTabWriter sets whether the PrintObj function will format with tabwriter (true by default).

func (*HumanReadablePrinter) DefaultTableHandler

func (h *HumanReadablePrinter) DefaultTableHandler(columnDefinitions []metav1beta1.TableColumnDefinition, printFunc interface{}) error

DefaultTableHandler registers a set of columns and a print func that is given a chance to process any object without an explicit handler. Only the most recently set print handler is used. See ValidateRowPrintHandlerFunc for required method signature.

func (*HumanReadablePrinter) EnsurePrintHeaders

func (h *HumanReadablePrinter) EnsurePrintHeaders()

EnsurePrintHeaders sets the HumanReadablePrinter option "NoHeaders" to false and removes the .lastType that was printed, which forces headers to be printed in cases where multiple lists of the same resource are printed consecutively, but are separated by non-printer related information.

func (*HumanReadablePrinter) HandledResources

func (h *HumanReadablePrinter) HandledResources() []string

func (*HumanReadablePrinter) Handler

func (h *HumanReadablePrinter) Handler(columns, columnsWithWide []string, printFunc interface{}) error

Handler adds a print handler with a given set of columns to HumanReadablePrinter instance. See ValidatePrintHandlerFunc for required method signature.

func (*HumanReadablePrinter) PrintObj

func (h *HumanReadablePrinter) PrintObj(obj runtime.Object, output io.Writer) error

PrintObj prints the obj in a human-friendly format according to the type of the obj.

func (*HumanReadablePrinter) PrintTable

func (h *HumanReadablePrinter) PrintTable(obj runtime.Object, options PrintOptions) (*metav1beta1.Table, error)

PrintTable returns a table for the provided object, using the printer registered for that type. It returns a table that includes all of the information requested by options, but will not remove rows or columns. The caller is responsible for applying rules related to filtering rows or columns.

func (*HumanReadablePrinter) TableHandler

func (h *HumanReadablePrinter) TableHandler(columnDefinitions []metav1beta1.TableColumnDefinition, printFunc interface{}) error

TableHandler adds a print handler with a given set of columns to HumanReadablePrinter instance. See ValidateRowPrintHandlerFunc for required method signature.

func (*HumanReadablePrinter) With

type ObjectDescriber

type ObjectDescriber interface {
	DescribeObject(object interface{}, extra ...interface{}) (output string, err error)

ObjectDescriber is an interface for displaying arbitrary objects with extra information. Use when an object is in hand (on disk, or already retrieved). Implementers may ignore the additional information passed on extra, or use it by default. ObjectDescribers may return ErrNoDescriber if no suitable describer is found.

type PrintHandler

type PrintHandler interface {
	Handler(columns, columnsWithWide []string, printFunc interface{}) error
	TableHandler(columns []metav1beta1.TableColumnDefinition, printFunc interface{}) error
	DefaultTableHandler(columns []metav1beta1.TableColumnDefinition, printFunc interface{}) error

type PrintOptions

type PrintOptions struct {
	// supported Format types can be found in pkg/printers/printers.go
	OutputFormatType     string
	OutputFormatArgument string

	NoHeaders          bool
	WithNamespace      bool
	WithKind           bool
	Wide               bool
	ShowAll            bool
	ShowLabels         bool
	AbsoluteTimestamps bool
	Kind               schema.GroupKind
	ColumnLabels       []string

	SortBy string

	// indicates if it is OK to ignore missing keys for rendering an output template.
	AllowMissingKeys bool

type ResourcePrinter

type ResourcePrinter interface {
	// Print receives a runtime object, formats it and prints it to a writer.
	PrintObj(runtime.Object, io.Writer) error

ResourcePrinter is an interface that knows how to print runtime objects.

type ResourcePrinterFunc

type ResourcePrinterFunc func(runtime.Object, io.Writer) error

ResourcePrinterFunc is a function that can print objects

func (ResourcePrinterFunc) PrintObj

func (fn ResourcePrinterFunc) PrintObj(obj runtime.Object, w io.Writer) error

PrintObj implements ResourcePrinter

type TablePrinter

type TablePrinter interface {
	PrintTable(obj runtime.Object, options PrintOptions) (*metav1beta1.Table, error)


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