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/*
Copyright 2015 The Kubernetes Authors.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at
http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.
*/
package schema
import (
"fmt"
"strings"
)
// ParseResourceArg takes the common style of string which may be either `resource.group.com` or `resource.version.group.com`
// and parses it out into both possibilities. This code takes no responsibility for knowing which representation was intended
// but with a knowledge of all GroupVersions, calling code can take a very good guess. If there are only two segments, then
// `*GroupVersionResource` is nil.
// `resource.group.com` -> `group=com, version=group, resource=resource` and `group=group.com, resource=resource`
func ParseResourceArg(arg string) (*GroupVersionResource, GroupResource) {
var gvr *GroupVersionResource
if strings.Count(arg, ".") >= 2 {
s := strings.SplitN(arg, ".", 3)
gvr = &GroupVersionResource{Group: s[2], Version: s[1], Resource: s[0]}
}
return gvr, ParseGroupResource(arg)
}
// ParseKindArg takes the common style of string which may be either `Kind.group.com` or `Kind.version.group.com`
// and parses it out into both possibilities. This code takes no responsibility for knowing which representation was intended
// but with a knowledge of all GroupKinds, calling code can take a very good guess. If there are only two segments, then
// `*GroupVersionResource` is nil.
// `Kind.group.com` -> `group=com, version=group, kind=Kind` and `group=group.com, kind=Kind`
func ParseKindArg(arg string) (*GroupVersionKind, GroupKind) {
var gvk *GroupVersionKind
if strings.Count(arg, ".") >= 2 {
s := strings.SplitN(arg, ".", 3)
gvk = &GroupVersionKind{Group: s[2], Version: s[1], Kind: s[0]}
}
return gvk, ParseGroupKind(arg)
}
// GroupResource specifies a Group and a Resource, but does not force a version. This is useful for identifying
// concepts during lookup stages without having partially valid types
type GroupResource struct {
Group string
Resource string
}
func (gr GroupResource) WithVersion(version string) GroupVersionResource {
return GroupVersionResource{Group: gr.Group, Version: version, Resource: gr.Resource}
}
func (gr GroupResource) Empty() bool {
return len(gr.Group) == 0 && len(gr.Resource) == 0
}
func (gr GroupResource) String() string {
if len(gr.Group) == 0 {
return gr.Resource
}
return gr.Resource + "." + gr.Group
}
func ParseGroupKind(gk string) GroupKind {
i := strings.Index(gk, ".")
if i == -1 {
return GroupKind{Kind: gk}
}
return GroupKind{Group: gk[i+1:], Kind: gk[:i]}
}
// ParseGroupResource turns "resource.group" string into a GroupResource struct. Empty strings are allowed
// for each field.
func ParseGroupResource(gr string) GroupResource {
if i := strings.Index(gr, "."); i >= 0 {
return GroupResource{Group: gr[i+1:], Resource: gr[:i]}
}
return GroupResource{Resource: gr}
}
// GroupVersionResource unambiguously identifies a resource. It doesn't anonymously include GroupVersion
// to avoid automatic coercion. It doesn't use a GroupVersion to avoid custom marshalling
type GroupVersionResource struct {
Group string
Version string
Resource string
}
func (gvr GroupVersionResource) Empty() bool {
return len(gvr.Group) == 0 && len(gvr.Version) == 0 && len(gvr.Resource) == 0
}
func (gvr GroupVersionResource) GroupResource() GroupResource {
return GroupResource{Group: gvr.Group, Resource: gvr.Resource}
}
func (gvr GroupVersionResource) GroupVersion() GroupVersion {
return GroupVersion{Group: gvr.Group, Version: gvr.Version}
}
func (gvr GroupVersionResource) String() string {
return strings.Join([]string{gvr.Group, "/", gvr.Version, ", Resource=", gvr.Resource}, "")
}
// GroupKind specifies a Group and a Kind, but does not force a version. This is useful for identifying
// concepts during lookup stages without having partially valid types
type GroupKind struct {
Group string
Kind string
}
func (gk GroupKind) Empty() bool {
return len(gk.Group) == 0 && len(gk.Kind) == 0
}
func (gk GroupKind) WithVersion(version string) GroupVersionKind {
return GroupVersionKind{Group: gk.Group, Version: version, Kind: gk.Kind}
}
func (gk GroupKind) String() string {
if len(gk.Group) == 0 {
return gk.Kind
}
return gk.Kind + "." + gk.Group
}
// GroupVersionKind unambiguously identifies a kind. It doesn't anonymously include GroupVersion
// to avoid automatic coercion. It doesn't use a GroupVersion to avoid custom marshalling
type GroupVersionKind struct {
Group string
Version string
Kind string
}
// Empty returns true if group, version, and kind are empty
func (gvk GroupVersionKind) Empty() bool {
return len(gvk.Group) == 0 && len(gvk.Version) == 0 && len(gvk.Kind) == 0
}
func (gvk GroupVersionKind) GroupKind() GroupKind {
return GroupKind{Group: gvk.Group, Kind: gvk.Kind}
}
func (gvk GroupVersionKind) GroupVersion() GroupVersion {
return GroupVersion{Group: gvk.Group, Version: gvk.Version}
}
func (gvk GroupVersionKind) String() string {
return gvk.Group + "/" + gvk.Version + ", Kind=" + gvk.Kind
}
// GroupVersion contains the "group" and the "version", which uniquely identifies the API.
type GroupVersion struct {
Group string
Version string
}
// Empty returns true if group and version are empty
func (gv GroupVersion) Empty() bool {
return len(gv.Group) == 0 && len(gv.Version) == 0
}
// String puts "group" and "version" into a single "group/version" string. For the legacy v1
// it returns "v1".
func (gv GroupVersion) String() string {
// special case the internal apiVersion for the legacy kube types
if gv.Empty() {
return ""
}
// special case of "v1" for backward compatibility
if len(gv.Group) == 0 && gv.Version == "v1" {
return gv.Version
}
if len(gv.Group) > 0 {
return gv.Group + "/" + gv.Version
}
return gv.Version
}
// KindForGroupVersionKinds identifies the preferred GroupVersionKind out of a list. It returns ok false
// if none of the options match the group. It prefers a match to group and version over just group.
// TODO: Move GroupVersion to a package under pkg/runtime, since it's used by scheme.
// TODO: Introduce an adapter type between GroupVersion and runtime.GroupVersioner, and use LegacyCodec(GroupVersion)
// in fewer places.
func (gv GroupVersion) KindForGroupVersionKinds(kinds []GroupVersionKind) (target GroupVersionKind, ok bool) {
for _, gvk := range kinds {
if gvk.Group == gv.Group && gvk.Version == gv.Version {
return gvk, true
}
}
for _, gvk := range kinds {
if gvk.Group == gv.Group {
return gv.WithKind(gvk.Kind), true
}
}
return GroupVersionKind{}, false
}
// ParseGroupVersion turns "group/version" string into a GroupVersion struct. It reports error
// if it cannot parse the string.
func ParseGroupVersion(gv string) (GroupVersion, error) {
// this can be the internal version for the legacy kube types
// TODO once we've cleared the last uses as strings, this special case should be removed.
if (len(gv) == 0) || (gv == "/") {
return GroupVersion{}, nil
}
switch strings.Count(gv, "/") {
case 0:
return GroupVersion{"", gv}, nil
case 1:
i := strings.Index(gv, "/")
return GroupVersion{gv[:i], gv[i+1:]}, nil
default:
return GroupVersion{}, fmt.Errorf("unexpected GroupVersion string: %v", gv)
}
}
// WithKind creates a GroupVersionKind based on the method receiver's GroupVersion and the passed Kind.
func (gv GroupVersion) WithKind(kind string) GroupVersionKind {
return GroupVersionKind{Group: gv.Group, Version: gv.Version, Kind: kind}
}
// WithResource creates a GroupVersionResource based on the method receiver's GroupVersion and the passed Resource.
func (gv GroupVersion) WithResource(resource string) GroupVersionResource {
return GroupVersionResource{Group: gv.Group, Version: gv.Version, Resource: resource}
}
// GroupVersions can be used to represent a set of desired group versions.
// TODO: Move GroupVersions to a package under pkg/runtime, since it's used by scheme.
// TODO: Introduce an adapter type between GroupVersions and runtime.GroupVersioner, and use LegacyCodec(GroupVersion)
// in fewer places.
type GroupVersions []GroupVersion
// KindForGroupVersionKinds identifies the preferred GroupVersionKind out of a list. It returns ok false
// if none of the options match the group.
func (gvs GroupVersions) KindForGroupVersionKinds(kinds []GroupVersionKind) (GroupVersionKind, bool) {
var targets []GroupVersionKind
for _, gv := range gvs {
target, ok := gv.KindForGroupVersionKinds(kinds)
if !ok {
continue
}
targets = append(targets, target)
}
if len(targets) == 1 {
return targets[0], true
}
if len(targets) > 1 {
return bestMatch(kinds, targets), true
}
return GroupVersionKind{}, false
}
// bestMatch tries to pick best matching GroupVersionKind and falls back to the first
// found if no exact match exists.
func bestMatch(kinds []GroupVersionKind, targets []GroupVersionKind) GroupVersionKind {
for _, gvk := range targets {
for _, k := range kinds {
if k == gvk {
return k
}
}
}
return targets[0]
}
// ToAPIVersionAndKind is a convenience method for satisfying runtime.Object on types that
// do not use TypeMeta.
func (gvk GroupVersionKind) ToAPIVersionAndKind() (string, string) {
if gvk.Empty() {
return "", ""
}
return gvk.GroupVersion().String(), gvk.Kind
}
// FromAPIVersionAndKind returns a GVK representing the provided fields for types that
// do not use TypeMeta. This method exists to support test types and legacy serializations
// that have a distinct group and kind.
// TODO: further reduce usage of this method.
func FromAPIVersionAndKind(apiVersion, kind string) GroupVersionKind {
if gv, err := ParseGroupVersion(apiVersion); err == nil {
return GroupVersionKind{Group: gv.Group, Version: gv.Version, Kind: kind}
}
return GroupVersionKind{Kind: kind}
}
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