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Copyright 2016 The Kubernetes Authors.
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package common
import (
// OpenAPIDefinition describes single type. Normally these definitions are auto-generated using gen-openapi.
type OpenAPIDefinition struct {
Schema spec.Schema
Dependencies []string
type ReferenceCallback func(path string) spec.Ref
// GetOpenAPIDefinitions is collection of all definitions.
type GetOpenAPIDefinitions func(ReferenceCallback) map[string]OpenAPIDefinition
// OpenAPIDefinitionGetter gets openAPI definitions for a given type. If a type implements this interface,
// the definition returned by it will be used, otherwise the auto-generated definitions will be used. See
// GetOpenAPITypeFormat for more information about trade-offs of using this interface or GetOpenAPITypeFormat method when
// possible.
type OpenAPIDefinitionGetter interface {
OpenAPIDefinition() *OpenAPIDefinition
type PathHandler interface {
Handle(path string, handler http.Handler)
// Config is set of configuration for openAPI spec generation.
type Config struct {
// List of supported protocols such as https, http, etc.
ProtocolList []string
// Info is general information about the API.
Info *spec.Info
// DefaultResponse will be used if an operation does not have any responses listed. It
// will show up as ... "responses" : {"default" : $DefaultResponse} in the spec.
DefaultResponse *spec.Response
// ResponseDefinitions will be added to "responses" under the top-level swagger object. This is an object
// that holds responses definitions that can be used across operations. This property does not define
// global responses for all operations. For more info please refer:
ResponseDefinitions map[string]spec.Response
// CommonResponses will be added as a response to all operation specs. This is a good place to add common
// responses such as authorization failed.
CommonResponses map[int]spec.Response
// List of webservice's path prefixes to ignore
IgnorePrefixes []string
// OpenAPIDefinitions should provide definition for all models used by routes. Failure to provide this map
// or any of the models will result in spec generation failure.
GetDefinitions GetOpenAPIDefinitions
// GetOperationIDAndTags returns operation id and tags for a restful route. It is an optional function to customize operation IDs.
GetOperationIDAndTags func(r *restful.Route) (string, []string, error)
// GetDefinitionName returns a friendly name for a definition base on the serving path. parameter `name` is the full name of the definition.
// It is an optional function to customize model names.
GetDefinitionName func(name string) (string, spec.Extensions)
// PostProcessSpec runs after the spec is ready to serve. It allows a final modification to the spec before serving.
PostProcessSpec func(*spec.Swagger) (*spec.Swagger, error)
// SecurityDefinitions is list of all security definitions for OpenAPI service. If this is not nil, the user of config
// is responsible to provide DefaultSecurity and (maybe) add unauthorized response to CommonResponses.
SecurityDefinitions *spec.SecurityDefinitions
// DefaultSecurity for all operations. This will pass as spec.SwaggerProps.Security to OpenAPI.
// For most cases, this will be list of acceptable definitions in SecurityDefinitions.
DefaultSecurity []map[string][]string
var schemaTypeFormatMap = map[string][]string{
"uint": {"integer", "int32"},
"uint8": {"integer", "byte"},
"uint16": {"integer", "int32"},
"uint32": {"integer", "int64"},
"uint64": {"integer", "int64"},
"int": {"integer", "int32"},
"int8": {"integer", "byte"},
"int16": {"integer", "int32"},
"int32": {"integer", "int32"},
"int64": {"integer", "int64"},
"byte": {"integer", "byte"},
"float64": {"number", "double"},
"float32": {"number", "float"},
"bool": {"boolean", ""},
"time.Time": {"string", "date-time"},
"string": {"string", ""},
"integer": {"integer", ""},
"number": {"number", ""},
"boolean": {"boolean", ""},
"[]byte": {"string", "byte"}, // base64 encoded characters
"interface{}": {"object", ""},
// This function is a reference for converting go (or any custom type) to a simple open API type,format pair. There are
// two ways to customize spec for a type. If you add it here, a type will be converted to a simple type and the type
// comment (the comment that is added before type definition) will be lost. The spec will still have the property
// comment. The second way is to implement OpenAPIDefinitionGetter interface. That function can customize the spec (so
// the spec does not need to be simple type,format) or can even return a simple type,format (e.g. IntOrString). For simple
// type formats, the benefit of adding OpenAPIDefinitionGetter interface is to keep both type and property documentation.
// Example:
// type Sample struct {
// ...
// // port of the server
// port IntOrString
// ...
// }
// // IntOrString documentation...
// type IntOrString { ... }
// Adding IntOrString to this function:
// "port" : {
// format: "string",
// type: "int-or-string",
// Description: "port of the server"
// }
// Implement OpenAPIDefinitionGetter for IntOrString:
// "port" : {
// $Ref: "#/definitions/IntOrString"
// Description: "port of the server"
// }
// ...
// definitions:
// {
// "IntOrString": {
// format: "string",
// type: "int-or-string",
// Description: "IntOrString documentation..." // new
// }
// }
func GetOpenAPITypeFormat(typeName string) (string, string) {
mapped, ok := schemaTypeFormatMap[typeName]
if !ok {
return "", ""
return mapped[0], mapped[1]
func EscapeJsonPointer(p string) string {
// Escaping reference name using rfc6901
p = strings.Replace(p, "~", "~0", -1)
p = strings.Replace(p, "/", "~1", -1)
return p
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