A golang package for http routing, inspired by labstack's Echo and Rust rocket
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package router
import urlpath "path"
func join(prefix, path string) string {
return urlpath.Join(prefix, urlpath.Clean(path))
}
// Group is a router group with a shared prefix and set of middlewares
type Group struct {
router *Router
prefix string
middleware []Middleware
}
// Group creates a new router group with a shared prefix and set of middlewares
func (g *Group) Group(prefix string, middleware ...Middleware) *Group {
return &Group{prefix: join(g.prefix, prefix), router: g.router, middleware: append(g.middleware, middleware...)}
}
// GET adds a GET route
func (g *Group) GET(path string, handle Handle, middleware ...Middleware) {
g.router.GET(join(g.prefix, path), handle, append(g.middleware, middleware...)...)
}
// POST adds a POST route
func (g *Group) POST(path string, handle interface{}, middleware ...Middleware) {
g.router.POST(join(g.prefix, path), handle, append(g.middleware, middleware...)...)
}
// DELETE adds a DELETE route
func (g *Group) DELETE(path string, handle Handle, middleware ...Middleware) {
g.router.DELETE(join(g.prefix, path), handle, append(g.middleware, middleware...)...)
}
// PUT adds a PUT route
func (g *Group) PUT(path string, handle interface{}, middleware ...Middleware) {
g.router.PUT(join(g.prefix, path), handle, append(g.middleware, middleware...)...)
}
// PATCH adds a PATCH route
func (g *Group) PATCH(path string, handle interface{}, middleware ...Middleware) {
g.router.PATCH(join(g.prefix, path), handle, append(g.middleware, middleware...)...)
}
// HEAD adds a HEAD route
func (g *Group) HEAD(path string, handle Handle, middleware ...Middleware) {
g.router.HEAD(join(g.prefix, path), handle, append(g.middleware, middleware...)...)
}
// OPTIONS adds a OPTIONS route
func (g *Group) OPTIONS(path string, handle Handle, middleware ...Middleware) {
g.router.OPTIONS(join(g.prefix, path), handle, append(g.middleware, middleware...)...)
}