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package scheme

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Package scheme contains utilities for gradually building Schemes, which contain information associating Go types with Kubernetes groups, versions, and kinds.

Each API group should define a utility function called AddToScheme for adding its types to a Scheme:

// in package myapigroupv1...
var (
	SchemeGroupVersion = schema.GroupVersion{Group: "", Version: "v1"}
	SchemeBuilder = &scheme.Builder{GroupVersion: SchemeGroupVersion}
	AddToScheme = SchemeBuilder.AddToScheme

func init() {
	SchemeBuilder.Register(&MyType{}, &MyTypeList)
var (
	scheme *runtime.Scheme = runtime.NewScheme()

This also true of the built-in Kubernetes types. Then, in the entrypoint for your manager, assemble the scheme containing exactly the types you need, panicing if scheme registration failed. For instance, if our controller needs types from the core/v1 API group (e.g. Pod), plus types from

func init() {

func main() {
	mgr := controllers.NewManager(context.Background(), controllers.GetConfigOrDie(), manager.Options{
		Scheme: scheme,
	// ...


Package Files


type Builder Uses

type Builder struct {
    GroupVersion schema.GroupVersion

Builder builds a new Scheme for mapping go types to Kubernetes GroupVersionKinds.

func (*Builder) AddToScheme Uses

func (bld *Builder) AddToScheme(s *runtime.Scheme) error

AddToScheme adds all registered types to s.

func (*Builder) Build Uses

func (bld *Builder) Build() (*runtime.Scheme, error)

Build returns a new Scheme containing the registered types.

func (*Builder) Register Uses

func (bld *Builder) Register(object ...runtime.Object) *Builder

Register adds one or more objects to the SchemeBuilder so they can be added to a Scheme. Register mutates bld.

func (*Builder) RegisterAll Uses

func (bld *Builder) RegisterAll(b *Builder) *Builder

RegisterAll registers all types from the Builder argument. RegisterAll mutates bld.

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