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package fetcher

import "github.com/taskcluster/taskcluster-worker/runtime/fetcher"

Package fetcher provides means for plugins and engines to fetch resources with generic references. Hence, the format for reference is consistent across plugins and engines, and we can re-use the download logic.

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artifactfetcher.go combine.go doc.go errors.go fetcher.go filereseter.go indexfetcher.go urlfetcher.go

func IsBrokenReferenceError Uses

func IsBrokenReferenceError(err error) bool

IsBrokenReferenceError returns true, if err is a BrokenReferenceError error.

This auxiliary function helps ensure that we type cast correctly.

type BrokenReferenceError Uses

type BrokenReferenceError struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

BrokenReferenceError is used to communicate references that are broken. Error message shall be some human-readable explanation of why fetching failed and is expected to fail consistently.

func (BrokenReferenceError) Error Uses

func (e BrokenReferenceError) Error() string

type Context Uses

type Context interface {
    context.Context      // Context for aborting the fetch operation
    Queue() client.Queue // Client with credentials covering Fetcher.Scopes()
    // Print a progress report that looks somewhat like this:
    //     "Fetching <description> - <percent> %"
    // The <percent> is given as a float between 0 and 1, when formatting
    // consumers may wish to round to one decimal using "%.0f" formatting.
    // Progress reports won't be sent more than once every 5 seconds.
    Progress(description string, percent float64)
}

Context for fetching resource from a reference.

type Fetcher Uses

type Fetcher interface {
    // Schema for references, should **only** match this type
    Schema() schematypes.Schema
    // NewReference returns a reference for options matching Schema.
    //
    // This method may fully or partially resolve the reference, in-order to be
    // able to return a consistent HashKey. Hence, this method may also return
    // a human-readable error message.
    // If the referenced resource doesn't exist it returns a BrokenReferenceError.
    NewReference(context Context, options interface{}) (Reference, error)
}

A Fetcher specifies a schema for references that it knows how to fetch. It also provides a method to generate a HashKey for each valid reference, as well as a list of scopes required for a task to use a reference.

var Artifact Fetcher = artifactFetcher{}

Artifact is a Fetcher for downloading from an (taskId, artifact) tuple

var Index Fetcher = indexFetcher{}

Index is a Fetcher for downloading from an (index, artifact) tuple

var URL Fetcher = urlFetcher{}

URL is Fetcher for downloading files from a URL.

func Combine Uses

func Combine(fetchers ...Fetcher) Fetcher

Combine a list of Fetchers into a single Fetcher implementation.

For this to work well, the reference schemas should all be distinct such that no reference matches more than one fetcher. If there is ambiguity the first Fetcher whose schema matches will be used.

type FileReseter Uses

type FileReseter struct {
    *os.File
}

FileReseter implements WriteSeekReseter for an *os.File instance

func (*FileReseter) Reset Uses

func (f *FileReseter) Reset() error

Reset will truncate the file and seek to the beginning.

type Reference Uses

type Reference interface {
    // Unique key for the reference.
    //
    // Useful for caching resources.
    HashKey() string

    // List of scope-sets that could grant access to the reference.
    // Tasks using a cached instance of this resources should satisfy at-least
    // one of these scope-sets.
    //
    // Returns [][]string{[]string{}} if no scopes are required.
    Scopes() [][]string

    // Fetch a reference to a target, sending progress to Context as well
    // as returning a human readable error message, if fetching fails.
    // If the referenced resource doesn't exist it returns a BrokenReferenceError.
    Fetch(context Context, target WriteSeekReseter) error
}

A Reference to a blob that can be fetched.

type WriteSeekReseter Uses

type WriteSeekReseter interface {
    io.Writer
    io.Seeker
    Reset() error
}

WriteSeekReseter is a io.Writer + io.Seeker + io.Closer with Reset() method that discards everything written and starts over from scratch.

This is easily implemented by wrapping os.File with FileReseter.

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