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const (
	ApplyAnnotationsFlag = "save-config"
	DefaultErrorExitCode = 1


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var ErrExit = fmt.Errorf("exit")

ErrExit may be passed to CheckError to instruct it to output nothing but exit with status code 1.


func AddApplyAnnotationFlags

func AddApplyAnnotationFlags(cmd *cobra.Command)

func AddApplyAnnotationVarFlags

func AddApplyAnnotationVarFlags(cmd *cobra.Command, applyAnnotation *bool)

func AddDryRunFlag

func AddDryRunFlag(cmd *cobra.Command)

AddDryRunFlag adds dry-run flag to a command. Usually used by mutations.

func AddFilenameOptionFlags

func AddFilenameOptionFlags(cmd *cobra.Command, options *resource.FilenameOptions, usage string)

func AddGeneratorFlags

func AddGeneratorFlags(cmd *cobra.Command, defaultGenerator string)

AddGeneratorFlags adds flags common to resource generation commands TODO: need to take a pass at other generator commands to use this set of flags

func AddIncludeUninitializedFlag

func AddIncludeUninitializedFlag(cmd *cobra.Command)

func AddJsonFilenameFlag

func AddJsonFilenameFlag(flags *pflag.FlagSet, value *[]string, usage string)

func AddKustomizeFlag

func AddKustomizeFlag(flags *pflag.FlagSet, value *string)

AddKustomizeFlag adds kustomize flag to a command

func AddPodRunningTimeoutFlag

func AddPodRunningTimeoutFlag(cmd *cobra.Command, defaultTimeout time.Duration)

func AddServerSideApplyFlags

func AddServerSideApplyFlags(cmd *cobra.Command)

func AddSourceToErr

func AddSourceToErr(verb string, source string, err error) error

AddSourceToErr adds handleResourcePrefix and source string to error message. verb is the string like "creating", "deleting" etc. source is the filename or URL to the template file(*.json or *.yaml), or stdin to use to handle the resource.

func AddValidateFlags

func AddValidateFlags(cmd *cobra.Command)

func AddValidateOptionFlags

func AddValidateOptionFlags(cmd *cobra.Command, options *ValidateOptions)

func BehaviorOnFatal

func BehaviorOnFatal(f func(string, int))

BehaviorOnFatal allows you to override the default behavior when a fatal error occurs, which is to call os.Exit(code). You can pass 'panic' as a function here if you prefer the panic() over os.Exit(1).

func CheckErr

func CheckErr(err error)

CheckErr prints a user friendly error to STDERR and exits with a non-zero exit code. Unrecognized errors will be printed with an "error: " prefix.

This method is generic to the command in use and may be used by non-Kubectl commands.

func DefaultBehaviorOnFatal

func DefaultBehaviorOnFatal()

DefaultBehaviorOnFatal allows you to undo any previous override. Useful in tests.

func DefaultSubCommandRun

func DefaultSubCommandRun(out io.Writer) func(c *cobra.Command, args []string)

DefaultSubCommandRun prints a command's help string to the specified output if no arguments (sub-commands) are provided, or a usage error otherwise.

func DumpReaderToFile

func DumpReaderToFile(reader io.Reader, filename string) error

DumpReaderToFile writes all data from the given io.Reader to the specified file (usually for temporary use).

func GetDryRunFlag

func GetDryRunFlag(cmd *cobra.Command) bool

func GetFieldManagerFlag

func GetFieldManagerFlag(cmd *cobra.Command) string

func GetFlagBool

func GetFlagBool(cmd *cobra.Command, flag string) bool

func GetFlagDuration

func GetFlagDuration(cmd *cobra.Command, flag string) time.Duration

func GetFlagInt

func GetFlagInt(cmd *cobra.Command, flag string) int

Assumes the flag has a default value.

func GetFlagInt32

func GetFlagInt32(cmd *cobra.Command, flag string) int32

Assumes the flag has a default value.

func GetFlagInt64

func GetFlagInt64(cmd *cobra.Command, flag string) int64

Assumes the flag has a default value.

func GetFlagString

func GetFlagString(cmd *cobra.Command, flag string) string

func GetFlagStringArray

func GetFlagStringArray(cmd *cobra.Command, flag string) []string

GetFlagStringArray can be used to accept multiple argument with flag repetition (e.g. -f arg1 -f arg2 ...)

func GetFlagStringSlice

func GetFlagStringSlice(cmd *cobra.Command, flag string) []string

GetFlagStringSlice can be used to accept multiple argument with flag repetition (e.g. -f arg1,arg2 -f arg3 ...)

func GetForceConflictsFlag

func GetForceConflictsFlag(cmd *cobra.Command) bool

func GetPodRunningTimeoutFlag

func GetPodRunningTimeoutFlag(cmd *cobra.Command) (time.Duration, error)

func GetResourcesAndPairs

func GetResourcesAndPairs(args []string, pairType string) (resources []string, pairArgs []string, err error)

GetResourcesAndPairs retrieves resources and "KEY=VALUE or KEY-" pair args from given args

func GetServerSideApplyFlag

func GetServerSideApplyFlag(cmd *cobra.Command) bool

func IsFilenameSliceEmpty

func IsFilenameSliceEmpty(filenames []string, directory string) bool

func IsSiblingCommandExists

func IsSiblingCommandExists(cmd *cobra.Command, targetCmdName string) bool

IsSiblingCommandExists receives a pointer to a cobra command and a target string. Returns true if the target string is found in the list of sibling commands.

func ManualStrip

func ManualStrip(file []byte) []byte

ManualStrip is used for dropping comments from a YAML file

func Merge

func Merge(codec runtime.Codec, dst runtime.Object, fragment string) (runtime.Object, error)

Merge requires JSON serialization TODO: merge assumes JSON serialization, and does not properly abstract API retrieval

func MultilineError

func MultilineError(prefix string, err error) string

MultilineError returns a string representing an error that splits sub errors into their own lines. The returned string will end with a newline.

func MultipleErrors

func MultipleErrors(prefix string, errs []error) string

MultipleErrors returns a newline delimited string containing the prefix and referenced errors in standard form.

func ParsePairs

func ParsePairs(pairArgs []string, pairType string, supportRemove bool) (newPairs map[string]string, removePairs []string, err error)

ParsePairs retrieves new and remove pairs (if supportRemove is true) from "KEY=VALUE or KEY-" pair args

func PrintErrorWithCauses

func PrintErrorWithCauses(err error, errOut io.Writer) bool

PrintErrorWithCauses prints an error's kind, name, and each of the error's causes in a new line. The returned string will end with a newline. Returns true if a case exists to handle the error type, or false otherwise.

func RequireNoArguments

func RequireNoArguments(c *cobra.Command, args []string)

RequireNoArguments exits with a usage error if extra arguments are provided.

func StandardErrorMessage

func StandardErrorMessage(err error) (string, bool)

StandardErrorMessage translates common errors into a human readable message, or returns false if the error is not one of the recognized types. It may also log extended information to klog.

This method is generic to the command in use and may be used by non-Kubectl commands.

func StripComments

func StripComments(file []byte) []byte

StripComments will transform a YAML file into JSON, thus dropping any comments in it. Note that if the given file has a syntax error, the transformation will fail and we will manually drop all comments from the file.

func SuggestAPIResources

func SuggestAPIResources(parent string) string

SuggestAPIResources returns a suggestion to use the "api-resources" command to retrieve a supported list of resources

func UsageErrorf

func UsageErrorf(cmd *cobra.Command, format string, args ...interface{}) error

func Warning

func Warning(cmdErr io.Writer, newGeneratorName, oldGeneratorName string)


type CRDFinder

type CRDFinder interface {
	HasCRD(gvk schema.GroupKind) (bool, error)

CRDFinder keeps a cache of known CRDs and finds a given GVK in the list.

func NewCRDFinder

func NewCRDFinder(getter CRDGetter) CRDFinder

type CRDGetter

type CRDGetter func() ([]schema.GroupKind, error)

CRDGetter is a function that can download the list of GVK for all CRDs.

func CRDFromDynamic

func CRDFromDynamic(client dynamic.Interface) CRDGetter

type Factory

type Factory interface {

	// DynamicClient returns a dynamic client ready for use
	DynamicClient() (dynamic.Interface, error)

	// KubernetesClientSet gives you back an external clientset
	KubernetesClientSet() (*kubernetes.Clientset, error)

	// Returns a RESTClient for accessing Kubernetes resources or an error.
	RESTClient() (*restclient.RESTClient, error)

	// NewBuilder returns an object that assists in loading objects from both disk and the server
	// and which implements the common patterns for CLI interactions with generic resources.
	NewBuilder() *resource.Builder

	// Returns a RESTClient for working with the specified RESTMapping or an error. This is intended
	// for working with arbitrary resources and is not guaranteed to point to a Kubernetes APIServer.
	ClientForMapping(mapping *meta.RESTMapping) (resource.RESTClient, error)
	// Returns a RESTClient for working with Unstructured objects.
	UnstructuredClientForMapping(mapping *meta.RESTMapping) (resource.RESTClient, error)

	// Returns a schema that can validate objects stored on disk.
	Validator(validate bool) (validation.Schema, error)
	// OpenAPISchema returns the schema openapi schema definition
	OpenAPISchema() (openapi.Resources, error)

Factory provides abstractions that allow the Kubectl command to be extended across multiple types of resources and different API sets. The rings are here for a reason. In order for composers to be able to provide alternative factory implementations they need to provide low level pieces of *certain* functions so that when the factory calls back into itself it uses the custom version of the function. Rather than try to enumerate everything that someone would want to override we split the factory into rings, where each ring can depend on methods in an earlier ring, but cannot depend upon peer methods in its own ring. TODO: make the functions interfaces TODO: pass the various interfaces on the factory directly into the command constructors (so the commands are decoupled from the factory).

func NewFactory

func NewFactory(clientGetter genericclioptions.RESTClientGetter) Factory

type MatchVersionFlags

type MatchVersionFlags struct {
	Delegate genericclioptions.RESTClientGetter

	RequireMatchedServerVersion bool
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

MatchVersionFlags is for setting the "match server version" function.

func (*MatchVersionFlags) AddFlags

func (f *MatchVersionFlags) AddFlags(flags *pflag.FlagSet)

func (*MatchVersionFlags) ToDiscoveryClient

func (f *MatchVersionFlags) ToDiscoveryClient() (discovery.CachedDiscoveryInterface, error)

func (*MatchVersionFlags) ToRESTConfig

func (f *MatchVersionFlags) ToRESTConfig() (*rest.Config, error)

ToRESTConfig implements RESTClientGetter. Returns a REST client configuration based on a provided path to a .kubeconfig file, loading rules, and config flag overrides. Expects the AddFlags method to have been called.

func (*MatchVersionFlags) ToRESTMapper

func (f *MatchVersionFlags) ToRESTMapper() (meta.RESTMapper, error)

ToRESTMapper returns a mapper.

func (*MatchVersionFlags) ToRawKubeConfigLoader

func (f *MatchVersionFlags) ToRawKubeConfigLoader() clientcmd.ClientConfig

type ScaleClientFunc

ScaleClientFunc provides a ScalesGetter

var ScaleClientFn ScaleClientFunc = scaleClient

ScaleClientFn gives a way to easily override the function for unit testing if needed.

type ValidateOptions

type ValidateOptions struct {
	EnableValidation bool


Path Synopsis
openapi Package openapi is a collection of libraries for fetching the openapi spec from a Kubernetes server and then indexing the type definitions.