thrift usage

RPC Server

Write IDL

// hello.thrift
namespace go hello.example

struct HelloReq {
    1: string Name
}

struct HelloResp {
    1: string RespBody;
}

service HelloService {
    HelloResp HelloMethod(1: HelloReq request);
}

Execute Command

Note: If the project is located outside of GOPATH, gomod must be specified. GOPATH defaults to a path relative to GOPATH as the name, and gomod may not be specified.

cwgo server  --type RPC  --idl hello.thrift  --server_name hellotest --module {{your_module_name}}

Generate Code

The directory structure of the generated code and the meanings of each file are shown in Layout.

HTTP Server

Write IDL

Write a simple IDL for generating HTTP Server, which requires adding api.$method and api.base_domain annotations are used to fill in uri and host, please refer to them for details Hertz IDL Annotation Description.

// hello.thrift
namespace go hello.example

struct HelloReq {
    1: string Name (api.query="name");
}

struct HelloResp {
    1: string RespBody;
}


service HelloService {
    HelloResp HelloMethod(1: HelloReq request) (api.get="/hello1");
}(
     api.base_domain="http://127.0.0.1:8888";
 )

Execute Command

Note: If the project is located outside of GOPATH, gomod must be specified. GOPATH defaults to a path relative to GOPATH as the name, and gomod may not be specified.

cwgo server  --type HTTP  --idl hello.thrift  --server_name hellotest --module {{your_module_name}}

Generate Code

The directory structure of the generated code and the meanings of each file are shown in Layout.


Last modified June 24, 2024 : fix: correct the file path (#1096) (b3fa1a4)