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Published: May 24, 2020 | License: Apache-2.0 | Module:


Package service_method_same_name is a generated twirp stub package. This code was generated with v5.11.0.

It is generated from these files:




const EchoPathPrefix = "/twirp/Echo/"

EchoPathPrefix is used for all URL paths on a twirp Echo server. Requests are always: POST EchoPathPrefix/method It can be used in an HTTP mux to route twirp requests along with non-twirp requests on other routes.

func WriteError

func WriteError(resp http.ResponseWriter, err error)

WriteError writes an HTTP response with a valid Twirp error format (code, msg, meta). Useful outside of the Twirp server (e.g. http middleware), but does not trigger hooks. If err is not a twirp.Error, it will get wrapped with twirp.InternalErrorWith(err)

type Echo

type Echo interface {
	Echo(context.Context, *Msg) (*Msg, error)

func NewEchoJSONClient

func NewEchoJSONClient(addr string, client HTTPClient, opts ...twirp.ClientOption) Echo

NewEchoJSONClient creates a JSON client that implements the Echo interface. It communicates using JSON and can be configured with a custom HTTPClient.

func NewEchoProtobufClient

func NewEchoProtobufClient(addr string, client HTTPClient, opts ...twirp.ClientOption) Echo

NewEchoProtobufClient creates a Protobuf client that implements the Echo interface. It communicates using Protobuf and can be configured with a custom HTTPClient.

type HTTPClient

type HTTPClient interface {
	Do(req *http.Request) (*http.Response, error)

HTTPClient is the interface used by generated clients to send HTTP requests. It is fulfilled by *(net/http).Client, which is sufficient for most users. Users can provide their own implementation for special retry policies.

HTTPClient implementations should not follow redirects. Redirects are automatically disabled if *(net/http).Client is passed to client constructors. See the withoutRedirects function in this file for more details.

type Msg

type Msg struct {
	XXX_NoUnkeyedLiteral struct{} `json:"-"`
	XXX_unrecognized     []byte   `json:"-"`
	XXX_sizecache        int32    `json:"-"`

func (*Msg) Descriptor

func (*Msg) Descriptor() ([]byte, []int)

func (*Msg) ProtoMessage

func (*Msg) ProtoMessage()

func (*Msg) Reset

func (m *Msg) Reset()

func (*Msg) String

func (m *Msg) String() string

func (*Msg) XXX_DiscardUnknown

func (m *Msg) XXX_DiscardUnknown()

func (*Msg) XXX_Marshal

func (m *Msg) XXX_Marshal(b []byte, deterministic bool) ([]byte, error)

func (*Msg) XXX_Merge

func (m *Msg) XXX_Merge(src proto.Message)

func (*Msg) XXX_Size

func (m *Msg) XXX_Size() int

func (*Msg) XXX_Unmarshal

func (m *Msg) XXX_Unmarshal(b []byte) error

type TwirpServer

type TwirpServer interface {
	// ServiceDescriptor returns gzipped bytes describing the .proto file that
	// this service was generated from. Once unzipped, the bytes can be
	// unmarshalled as a
	// The returned integer is the index of this particular service within that
	// FileDescriptorProto's 'Service' slice of ServiceDescriptorProtos. This is a
	// low-level field, expected to be used for reflection.
	ServiceDescriptor() ([]byte, int)
	// ProtocGenTwirpVersion is the semantic version string of the version of
	// twirp used to generate this file.
	ProtocGenTwirpVersion() string
	// PathPrefix returns the HTTP URL path prefix for all methods handled by this
	// service. This can be used with an HTTP mux to route twirp requests
	// alongside non-twirp requests on one HTTP listener.
	PathPrefix() string

TwirpServer is the interface generated server structs will support: they're HTTP handlers with additional methods for accessing metadata about the service. Those accessors are a low-level API for building reflection tools. Most people can think of TwirpServers as just http.Handlers.

func NewEchoServer

func NewEchoServer(svc Echo, hooks *twirp.ServerHooks) TwirpServer
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