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package cluster
import (
// An Expression is used to find information about a kubernetes resource. It
// evaluates to a boolean when matched against a resource.
type Expression struct {
// A Condition describes a JSONPath filter which is matched against an
// array containing a single resource.
Condition string `json:"condition"`
// jsonPath is used for the actual act of filtering on resources. It is
// stored within the Expression as a means of memoization.
jsonPath *jsonpath.JSONPath
// Match returns true if the given object matches the parsed jsonpath object.
// An error is returned if the Expression's condition is not a valid JSONPath
// as defined here:
func (e *Expression) Match(obj runtime.Unstructured) (bool, error) {
// NOTE(howell): JSONPath filters only work on lists. This means that
// in order to check if a certain condition is met for obj, we need to
// put obj into an list, then see if the filter catches obj.
const listName = "items"
// Parse lazily
if e.jsonPath == nil {
jp := jsonpath.New("status-check")
// The condition must be a filter on a list
itemAsArray := fmt.Sprintf("{$.%s[?(%s)]}", listName, e.Condition)
err := jp.Parse(itemAsArray)
if err != nil {
return false, ErrInvalidStatusCheck{
What: fmt.Sprintf("unable to parse jsonpath %q: %v", e.Condition, err.Error()),
e.jsonPath = jp
// Filters only work on lists
list := map[string]interface{}{
listName: []interface{}{obj.UnstructuredContent()},
results, err := e.jsonPath.FindResults(list)
if err != nil {
return false, ErrInvalidStatusCheck{
What: fmt.Sprintf("failed to execute condition %q on object %v: %v", e.Condition, obj, err),
return len(results[0]) == 1, nil