Ejemplo n.º 1
// UniversalDecoder returns a runtime.Decoder capable of decoding all known API objects in all known formats. Used
// by clients that do not need to encode objects but want to deserialize API objects stored on disk. Only decodes
// objects in groups registered with the scheme. The GroupVersions passed may be used to select alternate
// versions of objects to return - by default, runtime.APIVersionInternal is used. If any versions are specified,
// unrecognized groups will be returned in the version they are encoded as (no conversion). This decoder performs
// defaulting.
// TODO: the decoder will eventually be removed in favor of dealing with objects in their versioned form
// TODO: only accept a group versioner
func (f CodecFactory) UniversalDecoder(versions ...unversioned.GroupVersion) runtime.Decoder {
	var versioner runtime.GroupVersioner
	if len(versions) == 0 {
		versioner = runtime.InternalGroupVersioner
	} else {
		versioner = unversioned.GroupVersions(versions)
	return f.CodecForVersions(nil, f.universal, nil, versioner)
Ejemplo n.º 2
// LegacyCodec encodes output to a given API versions, and decodes output into the internal form from
// any recognized source. The returned codec will always encode output to JSON. If a type is not
// found in the list of versions an error will be returned.
// This method is deprecated - clients and servers should negotiate a serializer by mime-type and
// invoke CodecForVersions. Callers that need only to read data should use UniversalDecoder().
// TODO: make this call exist only in pkg/api, and initialize it with the set of default versions.
//   All other callers will be forced to request a Codec directly.
func (f CodecFactory) LegacyCodec(version ...unversioned.GroupVersion) runtime.Codec {
	return versioning.NewCodecForScheme(f.scheme, f.legacySerializer, f.universal, unversioned.GroupVersions(version), runtime.InternalGroupVersioner)