swagger:model

A swagger:model annotation optionally gets a model name as extra data on the line. when this appears anywhere in a comment for a struct, then that struct becomes a schema in the definitions object of swagger.

The struct gets analyzed and all the collected models are added to the tree. The refs are tracked separately so that they can be renamed later on.

Definitions only appear in the generated spec when they are actually used somewhere in the application (eg. on a params or response struct)

Syntax:
swagger:model [?model name]
Properties:
Annotation Description
Maximum specifies the maximum a number or integer value can have
Minimum specifies the minimum a number or integer value can have
Multiple of specifies a value a number or integer value must be a multiple of
Minimum length the minimum length for a string value
Maximum length the maximum length for a string value
Pattern a regular expression a string value needs to match
Minimum items the minimum number of items a slice needs to have
Maximum items the maximum number of items a slice can have
Unique when set to true the slice can only contain unique items
Required when set to true this value needs to be set on the schema
Read Only when set to true this value will be marked as read-only and is not required in request bodies
Example an example value, parsed as the field's type
(objects and slices are parsed as JSON)

For slice properties there are also items to be defined. This might be a nested collection, for indicating nesting level the value is a 0-based index, so items.minLength is the same as items.0.minLength

Annotation Format
Items.n.Maximum specifies the maximum a number or integer value can have at the level n
Items.n.Minimum specifies the minimum a number or integer value can have at the level n
Items.n.Multiple of specifies a value a number or integer value must be a multiple of
Items.n.Minimum length the minimum length for a string value at the level n
Items.n.Maximum length the maximum length for a string value at the level n
Items.n.Pattern a regular expression a string value needs to match at the level n
Items.n.Minimum items the minimum number of items a slice needs to have at the level n
Items.n.Maximum items the maximum number of items a slice can have at the level n
Items.n.Unique when set to true the slice can only contain unique items at the level n
Example:
// User represents the user for this application
//
// A user is the security principal for this application.
// It's also used as one of main axes for reporting.
//
// A user can have friends with whom they can share what they like.
//
// swagger:model
type User struct {
    // the id for this user
    //
    // required: true
    // min: 1
    ID int64 `json:"id"`

    // the name for this user
    // required: true
    // min length: 3
    Name string `json:"name"`

    // the email address for this user
    //
    // required: true
    // example: [email protected]
    Email strfmt.Email `json:"login"`

    // the friends for this user
    Friends []User `json:"friends"`
}
Result:
---
definitions:
  User:
    type: object
    title: User represents the user for this application
    description: "A user is the security principal for this application.\nIt's also used as one of the main axes for reporting.\n\nA user can have friends with whom they can share what they like."
    required:
      - id
      - name
      - login
    properties:
      id:
        description: the id for this user
        type: integer
        format: int64
        minimum: 1
      name:
        description: the name for this user
        type: string
        minLength: 3
      login:
        description: the email address for this user
        type: string
        format: email
        x-go-name: Email
        example: [email protected]
      friends:
        description: the friends for this user
        type: array
        items:
          $ref: "#/definitions/User"

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