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package commonerr

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Package commonerr defines reusable error types common throughout the Clair codebase.


Package Files



var (
    // ErrFilesystem occurs when a filesystem interaction fails.
    ErrFilesystem = errors.New("something went wrong when interacting with the fs")

    // ErrCouldNotDownload occurs when a download fails.
    ErrCouldNotDownload = errors.New("could not download requested resource")

    // ErrNotFound occurs when a resource could not be found.
    ErrNotFound = errors.New("the resource cannot be found")

    // ErrCouldNotParse is returned when a fetcher fails to parse the update data.
    ErrCouldNotParse = errors.New("updater/fetchers: could not parse")

func CombineErrors Uses

func CombineErrors(errs ...error) error

CombineErrors merges a slice of errors into one separated by ";". If all errors are nil, return nil.

func NewBadRequestError Uses

func NewBadRequestError(message string) error

NewBadRequestError instantiates a ErrBadRequest with the specified message.

type ErrBadRequest Uses

type ErrBadRequest struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

ErrBadRequest occurs when a method has been passed an inappropriate argument.

func (*ErrBadRequest) Error Uses

func (e *ErrBadRequest) Error() string

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