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package empty_service

import "github.com/twitchtv/twirp/internal/twirptest/empty_service"

Package empty_service is a generated twirp stub package. This code was generated with github.com/twitchtv/twirp/protoc-gen-twirp v7.1.0.

It is generated from these files:

empty_service.proto

Index

Package Files

empty_service.pb.go empty_service.twirp.go gen.go

Constants

const EmptyPathPrefix = "/twirp/twirp.internal.twirptest.emptyservice.Empty/"

EmptyPathPrefix is a convenience constant that could used to identify URL paths. Should be used with caution, it only matches routes generated by Twirp Go clients, that add a "/twirp" prefix by default, and use CamelCase service and method names. More info: https://twitchtv.github.io/twirp/docs/routing.html

func WriteError Uses

func WriteError(resp http.ResponseWriter, err error)

WriteError writes an HTTP response with a valid Twirp error format (code, msg, meta). Useful outside of the Twirp server (e.g. http middleware), but does not trigger hooks. If err is not a twirp.Error, it will get wrapped with twirp.InternalErrorWith(err)

type Empty Uses

type Empty interface {
}

func NewEmptyJSONClient Uses

func NewEmptyJSONClient(baseURL string, client HTTPClient, opts ...twirp.ClientOption) Empty

NewEmptyJSONClient creates a JSON client that implements the Empty interface. It communicates using JSON and can be configured with a custom HTTPClient.

func NewEmptyProtobufClient Uses

func NewEmptyProtobufClient(baseURL string, client HTTPClient, opts ...twirp.ClientOption) Empty

NewEmptyProtobufClient creates a Protobuf client that implements the Empty interface. It communicates using Protobuf and can be configured with a custom HTTPClient.

type HTTPClient Uses

type HTTPClient interface {
    Do(req *http.Request) (*http.Response, error)
}

HTTPClient is the interface used by generated clients to send HTTP requests. It is fulfilled by *(net/http).Client, which is sufficient for most users. Users can provide their own implementation for special retry policies.

HTTPClient implementations should not follow redirects. Redirects are automatically disabled if *(net/http).Client is passed to client constructors. See the withoutRedirects function in this file for more details.

type TwirpServer Uses

type TwirpServer interface {
    http.Handler

    // ServiceDescriptor returns gzipped bytes describing the .proto file that
    // this service was generated from. Once unzipped, the bytes can be
    // unmarshalled as a
    // github.com/golang/protobuf/protoc-gen-go/descriptor.FileDescriptorProto.
    //
    // The returned integer is the index of this particular service within that
    // FileDescriptorProto's 'Service' slice of ServiceDescriptorProtos. This is a
    // low-level field, expected to be used for reflection.
    ServiceDescriptor() ([]byte, int)

    // ProtocGenTwirpVersion is the semantic version string of the version of
    // twirp used to generate this file.
    ProtocGenTwirpVersion() string

    // PathPrefix returns the HTTP URL path prefix for all methods handled by this
    // service. This can be used with an HTTP mux to route Twirp requests.
    // The path prefix is in the form: "/<prefix>/<package>.<Service>/"
    // that is, everything in a Twirp route except for the <Method> at the end.
    PathPrefix() string
}

TwirpServer is the interface generated server structs will support: they're HTTP handlers with additional methods for accessing metadata about the service. Those accessors are a low-level API for building reflection tools. Most people can think of TwirpServers as just http.Handlers.

func NewEmptyServer Uses

func NewEmptyServer(svc Empty, opts ...interface{}) TwirpServer

NewEmptyServer builds a TwirpServer that can be used as an http.Handler to handle HTTP requests that are routed to the right method in the provided svc implementation. The opts are twirp.ServerOption modifiers, for example twirp.WithServerHooks(hooks).

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