Package remotecommand adds support for executing commands in containers, with support for separate stdin, stdout, and stderr streams, as well as TTY.



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    type Executor

    type Executor interface {
    	// Stream initiates the transport of the standard shell streams. It will transport any
    	// non-nil stream to a remote system, and return an error if a problem occurs. If tty
    	// is set, the stderr stream is not used (raw TTY manages stdout and stderr over the
    	// stdout stream).
    	Stream(options StreamOptions) error

      Executor is an interface for transporting shell-style streams.

      func NewSPDYExecutor

      func NewSPDYExecutor(config *restclient.Config, method string, url *url.URL) (Executor, error)

        NewSPDYExecutor connects to the provided server and upgrades the connection to multiplexed bidirectional streams.

        func NewSPDYExecutorForProtocols

        func NewSPDYExecutorForProtocols(transport http.RoundTripper, upgrader spdy.Upgrader, method string, url *url.URL, protocols ...string) (Executor, error)

          NewSPDYExecutorForProtocols connects to the provided server and upgrades the connection to multiplexed bidirectional streams using only the provided protocols. Exposed for testing, most callers should use NewSPDYExecutor or NewSPDYExecutorForTransports.

          func NewSPDYExecutorForTransports

          func NewSPDYExecutorForTransports(transport http.RoundTripper, upgrader spdy.Upgrader, method string, url *url.URL) (Executor, error)

            NewSPDYExecutorForTransports connects to the provided server using the given transport, upgrades the response using the given upgrader to multiplexed bidirectional streams.

            type StreamOptions

            type StreamOptions struct {
            	Stdin             io.Reader
            	Stdout            io.Writer
            	Stderr            io.Writer
            	Tty               bool
            	TerminalSizeQueue TerminalSizeQueue

              StreamOptions holds information pertaining to the current streaming session: input/output streams, if the client is requesting a TTY, and a terminal size queue to support terminal resizing.

              type TerminalSize

              type TerminalSize struct {
              	Width  uint16
              	Height uint16

                TerminalSize represents the width and height of a terminal.

                type TerminalSizeQueue

                type TerminalSizeQueue interface {
                	// Next returns the new terminal size after the terminal has been resized. It returns nil when
                	// monitoring has been stopped.
                	Next() *TerminalSize

                  TerminalSizeQueue is capable of returning terminal resize events as they occur.