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// Copyright 2017 Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.
package lambda
import (
"log"
"net"
"net/rpc"
"os"
)
// Start takes a handler and talks to an internal Lambda endpoint to pass requests to the handler. If the
// handler does not match one of the supported types an appropriate error message will be returned to the caller.
// Start blocks, and does not return after being called.
//
// Rules:
//
// * handler must be a function
// * handler may take between 0 and two arguments.
// * if there are two arguments, the first argument must satisfy the "context.Context" interface.
// * handler may return between 0 and two arguments.
// * if there are two return values, the second argument must be an error.
// * if there is one return value it must be an error.
//
// Valid function signatures:
//
// func ()
// func () error
// func (TIn) error
// func () (TOut, error)
// func (TIn) (TOut, error)
// func (context.Context) error
// func (context.Context, TIn) error
// func (context.Context) (TOut, error)
// func (context.Context, TIn) (TOut, error)
//
// Where "TIn" and "TOut" are types compatible with the "encoding/json" standard library.
// See https://golang.org/pkg/encoding/json/#Unmarshal for how deserialization behaves
func Start(handler interface{}) {
wrappedHandler := NewHandler(handler)
StartHandler(wrappedHandler)
}
// StartHandler takes in a Handler wrapper interface which can be implemented either by a
// custom function or a struct.
//
// Handler implementation requires a single "Invoke()" function:
//
// func Invoke(context.Context, []byte) ([]byte, error)
func StartHandler(handler Handler) {
port := os.Getenv("_LAMBDA_SERVER_PORT")
lis, err := net.Listen("tcp", "localhost:"+port)
if err != nil {
log.Fatal(err)
}
function := new(Function)
function.handler = handler
err = rpc.Register(function)
if err != nil {
log.Fatal("failed to register handler function")
}
rpc.Accept(lis)
log.Fatal("accept should not have returned")
}